EU snatches €13bn with dual trancher, Unédic up next
The European Union made a quick trip to the bond market on Tuesday morning to collect €13bn — €8bn at five years and €5bn at 25. It found itself selling into stronger market conditions than have prevailed for the past few weeks, thanks to the European Central Bank’s beefed up intervention. But despite the strong backdrop, the market is still quieter than expected.
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