HSBC wraps up stunning week for bank issuers with $3.5bn in three currencies
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HSBC wraps up stunning week for bank issuers with $3.5bn in three currencies

In a spectacular week for the financial institutions market, three of Europe’s largest banks priced Eu3.1bn in fixed rate lower tier two debt inside two days, moving the market a mere 4bp.

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