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LVMH and Comcast laugh at virus fears with huge bonds and orderbooks


LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton, the French luxury goods group, and Comcast, the US telecommunications company, brought the European corporate bond market's two biggest multi-tranche issues of the year on Wednesday, each hitting sterling and euros, and blasting aside fears among some players of the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak. LVMH raised a whopping €9.33bn, Comcast €4.6bn.

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