Dubai weighs comeback to global debt markets – sources

    DUBAI (Reuters) - The government of Dubai has held talks with banks about a potential issue of U.S. dollar-denominated bonds, two sources familiar with the matter said, in what would be its first international debt sale since 2013.

    A potential deal is likely to see investors pour money into the notes, as global buyers seek high-yielding assets in a low-rate environment. The Dubai government had raised $1.25 billion (1.01 billion pounds) in 2013 through Islamic and conventional bonds.

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