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On February 2, 2017 Manaseer Group for Industrial and Commercial Investments LLC acquired 100% of JorMag’s share capital for a total consideration of US$12.5 million
The escalating trade war remained the dominant theme during last week and adversely affected developed sovereign yields as investors rushed into safe haven investments. Developed yields started the week lower in anticipation of rising tensions between the U.S. and China. Afterwards, yields slightly moved higher despite renewed trade war worries and rising political fears. Nevertheless, the U.S. and Germany’s 10 year yields closed the week lower by 2bps and 6bps, at 2.89% and 0.33%, respectively. Japan’s 10 year yield closed the week unchanged at 0.03%.