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Dog's dinar

26 Jun 2018 By Neil Unmack

The tiny Gulf kingdom’s bond yields are spiking. Bahrain’s borrowing and dependence on a high oil price make its debt hard to sustain. But Saudi Arabia has no interest in its neighbour devaluing or falling apart. The more markets push, the more likely Riyadh is to step in.

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