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MünchenerHyp avoids euro negatives with $600m return

Posted on 14 July 2016

MünchenerHyp sold a $600m three year Pfandbrief on Tuesday, choosing US dollars partly to circumvent deeply negative euro yields, according to the issuer’s deputy head of treasury, while also raising cheaper funding than would have been achievable with an equivalent euro benchmark...

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