The Abu Dhabi market index ADXGI finished the second week of April with a day gain of 0.50 per cent, closing at 5,156.65 points on Thursday, April 17.
The shares of Abu Dhabi National Energy Company – also known as TAQA – slipped by 0.80 per cent to AED1.23. Earlier in the day, TAQA said it secured a five-year loan worth $200 million (JPY20.5 billion). The Samurai loan facility was arranged by Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi at 60 basis points over JPY LIBOR and has been fully swapped into US dollars. The funds will be used to partly refinance TAQA’s upcoming $1.2bn bond maturity in September 2014.
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