KHFC opens books for US dollar fives
Posted on 25 October 2017
Korea Housing Finance Corporation (KFHC) opened books for a five year US dollar benchmark covered bond today, attracting $1.2bn of orders before revising guidance to 100bp-105bp over Treasuries, with pricing expected later today...
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