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logo Laura Gardner Cuesta Senior Reporter, Debtwire CEEMEA

As Ukraine’s tightly contested presidential race enters its last stretch this week, policy uncertainty is expected to dominate until a very likely second round of elections in April, if not until the October parliamentary polls, market participants told Debtwire. This uncertainty spells bad news for a country reliant on external funding to make USD 20bn in sovereign and quasi-sovereign debt repayments between 2019 and 2021, they said.

logo Asli Orbay Reporter, Arbitration and Litigation, Debtwire CEEMEA

The 2009 financial crisis may have been global, but its effects in each country had a distinctly local flavour. None more so, perhaps, than the United Arab  Emirates, where a highly mobile population of expats faced potential jail time over bounced cheques or defaults on loans.

logo David Graves Associate Editor, Debtwire

Turkish Eurobond issuance volume year-to-date (YTD) is already double that in 1Q18, following a deluge of Anatolian deals in March, according to a Debtwire analysis. Some USD 9.4bn worth of US dollar- and euro-denominated bonds have been issued so far this year, compared to USD 4.7bn in 1Q18.

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