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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 global trade war narrative, accompanied with the emerging market currencies woes, dominated the scene during last week and overshadowed the strong inflation data in the U.S. The long dated developed sovereign yields were forced to keep trading in a range bound mode. The U.S. 10 year yield kicked off the week higher on optimism regarding the talks between the U.S. and Mexico, afterwards the 10 year yield rose further on strong U.S. PEC data, whereby it touched the FED’s 2% target. At the end of the week, the 10 year yield lost some traction on the renewed protectionism talks made by President Trump. However, the U.S. 10 year yield closed the week slightly higher by 4bps, at 2.86%. Meanwhile, Germany’s 10 year yield shed 2bps last week as it was affected by the softer inflation data and rising fears from Italy and the UK. Japan’s 10 year yield closed the week flat to unchanged, at 0.10%.