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Friday, 23 August 2019

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  • The flags of Austria and the European Union are pictured in front of the Austrian ministry of finance

    RLB Vorarlberg's roadshow pays off for debut

    Ticker | 10 September 2018

    A comprehensive roadshow for Raiffeisenlandesbank Vorarlberg’s debut covered bond paid off, with the €500m seven-year uncovering one of the best books seen for recent Austrian supply.

  • Lloyds, RBC broaden Sonia appeal as market gains momentum

    Bonds | 07 September 2018

    Another step in the development of the Sonia-linked market was taken last week after Lloyds Bank plc and Royal Bank of Canada brought the first notes linked to the sterling overnight index average (Sonia) from financial issuers.

  • Rare Spanish covered supply draws in large crowds

    Bonds | 07 September 2018

    Deutsche Bank SAE broke the drought in Spanish covered bond supply last Tuesday, bringing a €1bn March 2024 that attracted more than €1.35bn of demand, the biggest book of the week.

  • Spanish flag

    Rare Spanish covered supply draws in large crowds

    Ticker | 04 September 2018

    Deutsche Bank SAE broke the drought in Spanish covered bond supply on Tuesday, bringing a €1bn March 2024 that attracted more than €1.35bn of demand, the biggest book of the week so far.

  • NIBC

    NIBC CPT covered goes slow against busy backdrop

    Ticker | 04 September 2018

    Demand for a rare conditional pass-through covered bond was slow to build on Tuesday, with the book of some €800m for NIBC Bank’s 10-year giving leads little leeway to tighten pricing.

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    US dollar market fires up

    Ticker | 28 August 2018

    Three public sector issuers are expected to come to the US dollar market this week, providing some much needed supply after a rather lacklustre summer for issuance in the currency.

  • FMS

    FMS adds to sterling supply

    Ticker | 28 August 2018

    FMS Wertmanagement brought a £250m seven-year trade on Tuesday, in a bid to attract the last remnants of demand for sterling paper following last week’s issues from the IFC, OeKB, Rentenbank, IADB and ADB.

  • Finnish national flag

    Orders pour in for Finland 10-year return

    Ticker | 28 August 2018

    Investors, undeterred by the looming decline in the European Central Bank’s asset purchase programme, piled into the Republic of Finland’s first 10-year benchmark in a year, but the going was slower for frequent issuer KfW.

  • The National Australia Bank Logo is seen on a branch in central Sydney, Australia.

    NAB excels on return to euros

    Bonds | 24 August 2018

    National Australia Bank (Aa3/AA–/AA–) made a successful return to the euro market last Wednesday with a €2bn dual-tranche Eurobond issue that helped allay remaining fears of a European investor push-back related to Australia’s banking scandals.

  • Drivers leave the starting grid during the Formula E Championship race in Putrajaya.

    Fast and furious: German senior preferred market opens

    Top News | 24 August 2018

    German banks, eager to access cheap funding, wasted little time in raising senior preferred debt last week, with Berlin Hypo (BHH), Commerzbank and Deutsche Bank all setting out their stalls in the market.