Commonwealth Bank of Australia added to the trend for sterling floating rate covered bonds on Friday, issuing a £350m four year deal. It followed the recent three year sterling deals from Lloyds Bank and Abbey. Given, CBA’s lack of repo eligibility with the Bank of England, a smaller issue was expected. Meanwhile, Deutsche Hypothekenbank also issued a floater, bringing a €250m two year Pfandbrief.
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