|Issuer Name||Kuwait Energy Company K.S.C. (Closed)|
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Citibank - Kuwait
JP Morgan Chase Bank
National Bank of Abu Dhabi PJSC
JP Morgan Chase Bank
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17 September 2014 The listing committee held on 16/09/2014 announced the 1st subscription re-open of Treasury Bonds Aug 12, 2019, according to the letter received from MCDR on 10/09/2014, including its approval to list the increase of Treasury Bonds Aug 12 , 2019, with an additional LE 1.5 billion (distributed over 1.5 millon bonds at a par value of LE 1000) to reach LE 6718.033.000, with a fixedThe Egyptian Exchange, 17 Sep 2014
17 September 2014 The listing Committee held on 16/09/2014 announced the tisting of Treasury Bonds- Sep 09, 2024, according to the letter received from MCDR on 10/09/2014, including its approval to list this issue of Treasury Bonds that (issued 09/09/2014), amounted to LE 818.945.000 (distributed over 818.945 bonds at a par value of LE 1000), with a fixed rate of 15.9% annually to be paid twice peThe Egyptian Exchange, 17 Sep 2014
17 September 2014 The Listing Committee held on 16/09/2014 with the delist of the total amount of of the listed bonds of International Company for Leasing "Incolease" (LE 200 million distributed over 2 million bonds at a par value of LE 100) resulting of the total redemption.This bond issue has been removed from EGX database effective 16/09/2014 trading session.© The Egyptian Exchange 2014The Egyptian Exchange, 17 Sep 2014
17 September 2014 The Listing Committee held on 16/09/2014 announced the de-listing of the Treasury Bonds - Sep 2014 (issued 15 Sep 2011) that amounted L.E. 5.127.000.000.This bond issue has been removed from EGX database effective 16/09/2014 according to the letter received from MCDR on 15/09/2014.© The Egyptian Exchange 2014The Egyptian Exchange, 17 Sep 2014
17 September 2014 While the world was watching the U.S. Federal Reserve to assess whether it would taper another USD 10 billion, the European Union was at odds about how to deal with a renewed risk of deflation. The president of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, hinted about a quantitative easing program, but faces resistance from states like Germany.Historical data suggests that for the deZawya, 17 Sep 2014
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