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

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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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