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CA Cariparma long eights tightest post-crisis OBG

Posted on 4 December 2017


Crédit Agricole Cariparma sold the tightest benchmark Italian covered bond since the collapse of Lehman today, a Eu750m long eight year OBG that was priced at 15bp and flat to fair value on the back of some Eu1bn of orders, with the issuer now trading closer to some of its tighter compatriots...

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