Last year Canada’s public sector borrowers and banks were the toast of international debt markets, their bonds craved by investors worldwide. Nothing emphasised this more starkly than the sovereign’s $3bn five year deal — its first international bond in a decade — in September 2009. The note picked up $15bn of orders and was priced at 15bp under Libor, the narrowest spread of any US dollar benchmark deal all year.
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