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NAB reels in orders to price tightest Aussie since 2014

Posted on 21 March 2017


National Australia Bank sold the tightest Australian euro benchmark since 2014 today, tightening pricing of a Eu1.25bn five year by 6bp on the back of over Eu2.5bn of orders, benefiting from sustained demand for five year paper and a relative lack of supply from the region...

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