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NAB adds 5s to busiest dollar month alongside senior 3s

Posted on 26 November 2018


National Australia Bank was in the market today with a five year covered bond, alongside a three year senior unsecured transaction, that should take US dollar supply this month past $4bn in five transactions, even if outstandings in the currency have continued to shrink...

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