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Spread rise clear as CA sells 11s, but RBC sets euro high

Posted on 18 January 2022


A €1.25bn 11 year deal for Crédit Agricole today highlighted the diminished pricing power of issuers, although shorter in on the curve RBC could sell the biggest euro in 21 months, a €2bn 5.25 year, and Aktia successfully returned, ahead of five to seven year issuance from BMO and MüHyp...

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