Investor favourite Israel draws in nearly €10bn orders and goes long for first € deal since 2014

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By Virginia Furness
12 Jan 2017

Israel reopened the CEEMEA bond market in style on Wednesday, placing a rare 20 year euro bond, part of a €2.25bn dual tranche offering, which enabled the issuer to tap into new investors.

It is the first non-European sovereign to issue a euro-denominated bond of 20 years. The tenor appeals to a completely different investor base than the more widely used 10 and 30 year

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