Spain defies political worries to lead dollar charge
Spain pushed ahead with its capital markets comeback on Wednesday, despite destabilising political news from the peripheral eurozone — underlining how primary debt markets have distanced themselves from the headlines.
The deal is one of a slew of SSA dollar sales to follow Tuesdays three year global from the European Investment Bank.
The Iberian sovereign mandated Barclays, Citi, Santander and Société Générale for a five year Reg S/144A benchmark. Initial price thoughts were set on Monday evening London time,
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