A logo of Dubai's Emaar Properties is seen at an under-construction building in Dubai, UAE, March 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
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as Emaar joins market rushEmaar hired banks including Standard Chartered PLC, Emirates NBD PJSC and National Bank of Abu Dhabi PJSC to arrange investor meetings before a potential dollar-denominated sukuk sale. Dubai's Emirates Islamic Bank PJSC reopened the market after the summer lull Tuesday by offering a fresh $250 million portion of its 2021 Islamic bond, receiving orders worth three times that figure. Qatar National Bank SAQ and Sharjah Islamic Bank both came to market Wednesday.
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