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Qatari banks cancel three-way merger as GCC boycott bites

Three of the Qatar’s leading banks - Masraf Al Rayan (MAR, A1 negative, baa21), Barwa Bank Q.S.C. (A2 negative, baa3) and International Bank of Qatar Q.S.C. (IBQ, A2 negative, baa3) called off the three-way merger they had been negotiating

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Kuwait's VAT delay signals credit-negative slowing of reform bid

Kuwait's decision to delay the introduction of VAT (value-added tax) untill 2021 signals a credit-negative slowing of reform efforts amid rising oil prices, said a report by top ratings agency Moodys. The top oil exporter had

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Profitability for Emirates NBD 'will remain resilient'

Profitability for the Dubai-based Emirates NBD (A3/A3 stable, ba1) will be resilient to the three main challenges facing the bank -- the loss of its market leader position, the softer economy and rising interest rates, according to Moody's I

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Refinancing risk on $1 trillion debt for EMEA firms eases

The refinancing risk for speculative-grade non-financial companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region has considerably fallen, with over half of the almost $1 trillion debt now due in 2022 and beyond as investors' continued

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Ratings boost to Mubadala, IPIC and Etisalat

Moody's Investors Service has changed to stable from negative the outlook on the ratings of Mubadala Development Company, International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) and Emirates Telecommunications (Etisalat). At the sam

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Ratings boost to Mubadala, IPIC and Etisalat

Moody's Investors Service has changed to stable from negative the outlook on the ratings of Mubadala Development Company, International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) and Emirates Telecommunications (Etisalat). At the sam

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Global CoCo issuance this year to stay steady

Global issuance of contingent convertible bonds, or CoCos, in 2017 will be similar to last year (about $75 billion in 2017 vs. $78 billion in 2016) as banks have to a large extent already satisfied their capital needs, says Moody's in a repo

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Global CoCo issuance this year to stay steady

Global issuance of contingent convertible bonds, or CoCos, in 2017 will be similar to last year (about $75 billion in 2017 vs. $78 billion in 2016) as banks have to a large extent already satisfied their capital needs, says Moody's in a repo

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Moody's downgrades China's rating

Moody's Investors Service today downgraded China's long-term local currency and foreign currency issuer ratings to A1 from Aa3 and changed the outlook to stable from negative.   The downgrade reflects Moo

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Gulf sovereign Eurobonds to hit $33bn in 2017

The GCC sovereign Eurobond issuance volumes will remain high in 2017 - but below 2016's record levels - as governments seek to fund sizeable deficits at a time of strong investor demand, Moody's Investors Service said in a newly released

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