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CA leads way in softer mart, UBI in two-trancher, trio due

Posted on 8 January 2018


Crédit Agricole attracted around EUR1.8bn of demand to price a EUR1.25bn long eight year deal at a new issue premium of around 4bp today, showing the market remains constructive, even if a UBI two-trancher was more modestly received. Caffil, Erste and UOB are expected tomorrow...

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