LONDON  - Jordan's Eurobonds jumped to their highest in a week on Monday after Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates pledged $2.5 billion of aid to the kingdom which has been rocked recently by protests sparked by austerity measures.

The 2047 bond JO157795031= added 2.05 cents to trade at 93.37 cents, while the 2026 JO111727988= and 2027 JO140577022= issues also rose more than 1 cent, Thomson Reuters data showed. 


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