|Issuer Name||Aabar Investments PJS|
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Barclays Bank PLC
Goldman Sachs Bank
HSBC Bank Middle East Limited
Deutsche Bank AG
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Madness has descended upon the financial world, and now even the IMF has issued a warning, having hitherto promoted the liquidity surge known as quantitative easing (QE).Gulf News, 18 Apr 2015
What does Moody's upgrade of Egypt's credit-rating mean for the country's economy, asks Sherine Abdel-Razek.Al Ahram Weekly, 18 Apr 2015
Low rate environment, robust economic outlook will likely see activity pick up.Arab Times, 18 Apr 2015
Moody’s Investors Service said it has downgraded Bahrain’s long-term government issuer rating to Baa 3 from Baa2 due to expected deterioration in the government’s finances as a result of the oil price shock.Gulf News, 16 Apr 2015
15/04/2015The Listing Committee held on 14/04/2015 with the second subscription re-open of Treasury Bonds March 10, 2018, according to the letter received from MCDR on 08/04/2015, including its approval to list the increase of Treasury Bonds March 10, 2018, with an additional LE 3 billion (distributed over 3 million bonds at a par value of LE 1000) to reach LE 8 billion, with a fixed rate of 12.4The Egyptian Exchange, 15 Apr 2015
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Flush with liquidity, local lenders are eyeing large projects planned in Egypt.
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Dubai fueled sharia-compliant banking growth, but some lenders struggle to compete against burgeoning competition.
The tax is expected to make more land available in the Saudi real estate market, analysts said.
Combatants set aside the fight to stuff their cheeks with qat.
|Issuer Name||Emirate of Abu Dhabi|
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