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Lloyds in ‘bold’ EUR750m 10s as issuers move post-ECB

Posted on 16 September 2019


Lloyds Bank attracted over EUR1.7bn of orders to a positive-yielding EUR750m 10 year benchmark covered bond today in the “eye of the storm” for UK risk, while DZ Hyp and NN Bank are among other issuers set to follow in the wake of the announcement of renewed ECB stimulus on Thursday...

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