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UOB sets Singapore euro, book highs inside fair value

Posted on 24 November 2020


United Overseas Bank printed the largest Singaporean euro benchmark covered bond and first from the jurisdiction in over two years today, a €1bn seven year inside fair value, and bankers said the result reflected strong demand for the rare, non-Eurozone paper and its credit strength...

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