|Issuer Name||Ministry of Finance - Lebanon|
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|Status||Bond Name||Country||Date *||Issue Size ($M)||Arranger|
KAMCO Investment Company K.S.C.P
NBK Capital Partners Limited
Citigroup Global Markets Limited
Societe Generale de Banque au Liban S.A.L
Citibank N.A. - UAE
Deutsche Bank AG
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Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment would make interest payments due in Oct, Novr on two bonds worth USS1.75 billion to Malaysia's state fund 1MDB.Reuters, 08 Oct 2015
Wednesday, Oct 07, 2015Dubai:Qatar National Bank said its net profit for nine months to September rose more than 9 per cent even as the bank was able to maintain the ratio of non-performing loans.For the nine months of 2015, net profit was 8.7 billion Qatari Riyals (Dh8.78 billion), up by 9 per cent compared to last year driven by operating income, which increased to 12.4 billion riyals, up 5.9 peGulf News, 07 Oct 2015
07 October 2015 KUWAIT: GCC markets went through a strong correction in 3Q15, led by Saudi Arabia. The correction wiped out all gains made thus far in 2015, with GCC markets down 14 percent during the quarter. A strong retreat in Chinese equities, alongside Fed policy uncertainty, triggered a worldwide correction. GCC markets were not spared, especially with oil prices taking another dive. GeopoliKuwait Times, 07 Oct 2015
Government of Dubai announced that USD 500 million Fixed Rate Note issued on Oct 2010 under its USD4 billion medium term note program matured and were redeemed in full.Press Release, 06 Oct 2015
Banks to face challenges as earnings are hit by weak stocks, delayed payments in the building industry and slacker loan growth.Reuters, 06 Oct 2015
Arabtec's high-profile housing project has stalled as Egypt struggles to deliver on grandiose ventures.
After high-value disputes over stalled projects following 2008 crisis, caution seems the only way forward.
Financial markets have gone on the rampage just as predictions of another global recession gains ground.
Control of enclave near Homs would help secure western Syria for Assad.
Major General Soleimani's visit to Moscow was the first step in planning for Russian military intervention in Syria.
Increased borrowing is expected to continue into 2016 as financial institutions try to bolster their balance sheets.
Tightening in global liquidity heaping pressure on credit, equity markets.
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