Westpac follows peers with EUR1bn, spreads shift wider
Posted on 27 November 2018
Westpac became the third Australian issuer in a row to opt for a covered bond today, pricing a EUR1bn five year benchmark at a level that showed the widening momentum in euro spreads, after National Australia Bank sold a $1.15bn five year benchmark yesterday...
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