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Saudi Arabia beat estranged neighbor Qatar to the bond market, raising $11 billion in the biggest dollar sale by an emerging-market nation this year.The kingdom moved quickly to sell the bonds without a roadshow, forcing Qatar, which is being boycotted by Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states, to play catch-up. The Saudi deal shouldn't impact the pricing on Qatar's upcoming bond, Segal said.Saudi Arabia has been one of the biggest issuers in emerging markets since a drop in oil prices prompted the kingdom to sell dollar bonds less than two years ago.
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