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SpaBol €1bn 10s appreciated, BPCE set for CBPP3 restart

Posted on 29 October 2019


Norway’s SpareBank 1 Boligkreditt drew over €1.5bn of demand to a €1bn 10 year deal today, ahead of a possible “big wave” of CBPP3-eligible supply, with BPCE likely joining DKB on restart day tomorrow. Idiosyncratic deals from Danish Ship Finance and Deutsche are also in the pipeline...

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