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BMO ends Canada drought at tight, biggest euro since May

Posted on 19 October 2017


A Eu1.5bn long five year covered bond for Bank of Montreal today attracted some Eu1.9bn of demand, enabling pricing at the joint-tightest Canadian spread, although the deal offered a marginally higher new issue premium than much recent supply, reflecting its size...

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