Emirates Airline’s bond yield is falling to a record low due to a recovery in Middle East passenger traffic and appetite for higher-yielding Dubai assets. The yield on Emirates’ 5.125% dollar notes maturing in June 2016 dropped 75 basis points this year to 4.42% yesterday. Although investors consider the airline to be a great bet, Emirates’ profit for the six months ended September 30 dropped by 76% due to fuel cost increasing substantially and the airline maintaining a no-hedging strategy.
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