Yemen: bonds

In 1990 the newly unified Republic of Yemen inherited an unsustainable debt burden amounting to roughly 106 percent of gross domestic product. Debt rescheduling by the Paris Club creditor countries in the 1990s coupled with assistance from the World Bank’s International Development Agency resulted in a drop in Yemen’s debt stock to US$5.4 billion (an estimated 39 percent of gross domestic product) by year-end 2004. According to the Central Bank of Yemen, Yemen’s debt stock was US$5.2 billion (an estimated 33 percent of gross domestic product) by year-end 2005.
Yemen does not have a stock exchange, therefore limiting inward portfolio investment. Portfolio investment abroad is also very limited, with the result that portfolio flows are largely unrecorded by authorities.

Outstanding bond issues

Сurrency Outstanding bond issues Cumulative volume
sovereign
YER 2 100 000 000 000

Sovereign rating

Rating AgencyRatingRating scaleDate
Dagong Credit *** International scale rating (foreign curr.) ***
Dagong Credit *** International scale rating (local curr.) ***
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) *** Country Risk Classifications ***
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Currencies

Daily indices

Type: 03/22/2017 03/21/2017 03/20/2017 03/17/2017 03/16/2017 03/15/2017 03/14/2017
Exchange Rates (Emerging Markets)
USD/YER 250.2500 250.4990 249.1100 249.0750 249.0520 250.2520 250.0500
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