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Lloyds fires opening salvo for September

Lloyds TSB Bank is set to price a new five year euro benchmark on Wednesday and participants hope that the deal will be the opening salvo for a busy September in the senior market. To find out how the deal is received at the whisper of 200bp area over mid-swaps and whether more issuers are going to opt for the senior route, read EuroWeek on Friday.

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