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SG gets €3bn blow-out, 12s reopen long end, no ECB cut

Posted on 26 April 2022

Société Générale SFH generated the biggest order book of the year for the biggest euro benchmark transaction of the year on a €3bn six and 12 year trade today, attracting peak demand above €7.25bn, with the €1.25bn 12 year tranche reopening the long end after two months...

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