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Caffil, Erste benefit in fairer weather, UOB slow, SG next

Posted on 9 January 2018


Caffil attracted EUR2.7bn of orders to a EUR1.5bn dual tranche deal today and Erste met the upper end of expectations with a EUR1bn 10 year, but a UOB EUR500m seven year was deemed to have met a more modest response, finding less attention in a busy market...

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