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logo Nicole Tovstiga Reporter, Debtwire

CEEMEA bonds were under pressure again, with a plunging oil price prompting a mid-week sell off before prices settled down as US market participants celebrated Thanksgiving. In the Middle East, spreads widened on the oil market collapse, and liquidity worsened in the CIS/Russian Eurobond market, according to an UAE-based asset manager, a Moscow-based analyst and a London-based trader.

logo Laura Gardner Cuesta Senior Reporter, Debtwire CEEMEA

This week’s collapse in oil prices has sent shockwaves across the GCC credit space, said two UAE-based asset managers and a London-based banker. Both WTI and Brent crude hit a three-year low on Tuesday (13 November), and although prices had stabilised by Thursday, a negative mood has set in, they said.

logo Laura Gardner Cuesta Senior Reporter, Debtwire CEEMEA

The Government of Mozambique’s proposal to restructure its 10.5% 2023 sovereign bonds, submitted today (6 November), is an important step toward reaching a final agreement, according to four market participants. However, questions remain regarding the timeline for implementation, the possibility holdout creditors may drag their feet, and the likely net present value (NPV) recovery rate.

In conversation with Daniel Judenhahn about the Scholz takeover

Daniel is leading the debt & capital advisory business within PwC's transaction and restructuring practice in Germany. He advises corporates,creditors and investors in raising, refinancing and restructuring capital in takeover and special situations. He talks to Adelene Lee at the Debtwire Germany Forum about PwC's role in the Scholz takeover. 

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