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Eurofima rolled in last Monday with an oversubscribed €500m long five-year debut Green bond.
The European Union increased its 1.25% April 2033s by a no-grow €515m, with €500m of the proceeds to be disbursed as a low interest loan to Ukraine and €15m to Georgia.
The Republic of Italy has added liquidity to the short end of its curve with a €3.2bn tap of the 2.3% October 2021 BTP alongside an accelerated tender offer that saw the sovereign buy back an equivalent amount of five other bonds.
Nederlandse Waterschapsbank returned to the US dollar market for the second time in less than a fortnight, pricing a no-grow US$500m four-year Water bond last Tuesday.
Italy’s ability to ride out political tensions with the EU and cap market volatility will be critical to keeping investors engaged in funding its estimated €250bn-€260bn gross borrowing requirement for the coming year.
Thuringia, Deutsche Staedteanleihe No. 1 and Schleswig-Holstein last week added to what has been a flurry of German regional supply this year.