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CIBC set to open H2 with meagre yield on eights

Posted on 2 July 2019


Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is set to issue the first benchmark covered bond of H2 2019 tomorrow, an eight year euro benchmark expected to offer a marginally positive yield, after Deutsche Hypo increased a June 2025 Pfandbrief by EUR250m at a negative yield yesterday...

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