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‘Super’ UK day as Lloyds gets €4.7bn book on Brexit relief

Posted on 18 March 2019

Lloyds moved on optimism the UK will avoid crashing out of the EU to sell the first euro benchmark from the country in six months today, a EUR1.5bn five year that attracted EUR4.7bn of demand. A NatWest inaugural Sonia deal meanwhile drew a bumper book, and a Virgin Money debut is due soon...

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