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No fooling around as CFF, Westpac kick off April supply

Posted on 1 April 2019


CFF and Westpac kicked off April issuance with a bang today, attracting strong demand to print EUR1.25bn eight and seven year deals, respectively, at levels well inside those available earlier this year, showing investors to be undeterred by the prevailing lower spreads and yields...

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