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Berlin Hyp sees positives after record negative yield gambit

Posted on 21 August 2019

The success of a EUR1bn three year Berlin Hyp Pfandbrief yielding minus 0.588% yesterday is a positive message for the market, according to head of funding and IR Bodo Winkler, who said the issuer had been confident of success even if it adopted a cautious execution strategy...

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