|Issuer Name||Al Omaniya Financial Services (SAOG)|
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|Status||Bond Name||Country||Date *||Issue Size ($M)||Arranger|
National Bank of Abu Dhabi - Lebanon
Commerzbank AG Dubai Branch
Emirates NBD PJSC
First Gulf Bank PJSC
Deutsche Bank AG
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Global debt has increased by more than 130% since 2,000. China's debt has quadrupled since 2007 and the U.S. debt exceeds the country's USD 18 trillion GDP.The Federal Reserve is still assessing the ramifications of a hike in interest rates, which is expected to raise the cost of financing U.S. debt by USD 1-2 trillion over the next couple of years.Deflationary risks in the euro zone rZawya, 20 May 2015
Global investors have less appetite for higher risk exposures, particularly in the US, according to the BofA Merrill Lynch Fund Manager Survey for May.The Saudi Gazette, 20 May 2015
Oman's Bank Dhofar has launched a USD300 million non-call five-year perpetual bond, which is set to price later.Reuters, 19 May 2015
Oman's Bank Dhofar has tightened price guidance for a USD300 million no-grow, non-call five-year perpetual bond issue, a document from lead arrangers showed.Reuters, 19 May 2015
Bank of Sharjah has picked five banks to arrange fixed income investor meetings from Thursday for a potential debut benchmark U.S. dollar bond.Reuters, 19 May 2015
The UAE, Qatar and Egypt are among the 10 most promising emerging markets, according to Renaissance Capital.
Navigation, collision detection systems that rely on networks could be strained in cars packed with entertainment features.
With cheap oil, GCC sovereign funds managers face pressure from politicians, public to prove investing reserves wisely.
GCC banks increasingly taking lead roles in syndicated loans to Asian, African institutions.
Some Egyptian judges are buying guns for protection after spate of terrorist attacks, which suggest they are on hit list.
High-performance carmakers risk losing a potentially big market.
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is stuck between a rock and a hard place.
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