JPMorgan has worked on some of this year’s biggest deals.
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JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Citigroup Inc., the biggest debt arrangers in the Middle East and North Africa, expect regional sales to slow for the rest of the year after sovereigns raised a record $37 billion in the first half.Citigroup, the region's second-biggest arranger on bond sales, said while this year is unlikely to beat 2016's record deal volumes, it will be close to that level as governments and companies rush back to the market before the end of the year.JPMorgan has worked on some of this year's biggest deals, including Saudi Arabia's $9 billion debut Islamic bond and Kuwait's $8 billion sovereign sale.
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