Caffil 7s bring surprise happy Friday, DKB 12s awaited
Posted on 20 January 2023
Caffil provided an unexpectedly positive end to the week with a â‚¬1bn seven year covered bond today, as the longer-dated trade achieved stronger demand and a lower NIP than some had anticipated, while two social deals have been mandated, including the longest euro benchmark of 2023...
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