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Euros set to resume, as Westpac returns with dual-trancher

Posted on 14 September 2021


Westpac is set to return to the euro market after a break of over two years with a seven and/or 15 year benchmark, with the euro pipeline bulging further following announcements today and issuance set to resume tomorrow...

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