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CFF scores 15s blowout, punchy SEB 10s ‘a fine result’

Posted on 7 November 2017

CFF and SEB tapped the long end to reopen the euro market today, the French issuer pricing a Eu500m 15 year “blowout” on the back of a Eu2.55bn book, and the Swedish bank sold a Eu750m 10 year at the same spread as a recent, smaller 10 year from its compatriot...

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