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Saturday, 25 May 2019

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  • The Telenor logo hangs outside one of their stores in Stockholm

    Rare issuers coaxed into hot euro market

    Ticker | 23 May 2019

    The strength of the European corporate bond market coaxed two rare issuers from different parts of the credit spectrum out of the woodwork on Thursday.

  • Logo of French oil giant Total

    Investors go long for yield

    Ticker | 22 May 2019

    Two more corporate borrowers proved that the long-end is the sweet spot in the euro bond market on Wednesday, though there were signs of price sensitivity in the order books.

  • ABP sticks its neck out on Libor

    ABP sticks its neck out on Libor

    Ticker | 21 May 2019

    The UK’s biggest ports operator ABP has asked bondholders to vote on changing its interest structure from Libor to Sonia.

  • Becton Dickinson logo

    Becton Dickinson cuts cost of debt with visit to euros

    Ticker | 21 May 2019

    US medical technology company Becton Dickinson (Ba1/BBB/BBB-) took a trip across the pond on Tuesday to reprofile its debt pile.

  • A TenneT flag

    Investors give green light to TenneT

    Ticker | 20 May 2019

    TenneT took advantage of being the only corporate in the primary market on Monday, with investors placing nearly €6bn of orders for a €1.25bn dual-tranche Green bond.

  • Becton Dickinson logo

    Becton looks to reprofile debt

    Ticker | 20 May 2019

    US medical technology company Becton Dickinson (Ba1/BBB/BBB-) is looking to reprofile its debt pile.

  • Enel looks to cut cost of hybrid debt with exchange offer

    Bonds | 17 May 2019

    Just under six months after procedural issues prevented Enel from calling one of its hybrid bonds, the Italian utility looked to cut the cost of its debt with a new issue and exchange offer.

  • Worldpay logo

    Reverse Yankees are back on track

    Top News | 17 May 2019

    Reverse Yankee issuance volumes have gone past the €40bn mark, double the amount sold in the whole of 2018, as US companies look to lock in ultra-low coupons in the euro market.

  • Trump's trade reprieve opens market to auto issuers

    Bonds | 17 May 2019

    Three European auto-related issuers took advantage of a reprieve in EU/US trade tensions to jump into the bond market last week.

  • FCA Bank logo

    Trump's trade reprieve opens market to auto issuers

    Ticker | 16 May 2019

    Two European auto-related issuers took advantage of a reprieve in EU/US trade tensions to jump into the market on Thursday.

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