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Skipton takes UK negative, Liberbank 10s attract €1.5bn

Posted on 18 September 2019


Skipton sold the first negative-yielding UK covered bond today, a EUR500m five year priced at minus 0.123% with a book of around EUR670m, while Liberbank drew over EUR1.5bn of demand to a debut, EUR1bn 10 year cédulas benchmark. Helaba is expected tomorrow in 10s...

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