France eyes 30 year syndication in 2019

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By Burhan Khadbai
20 Dec 2018

France will be looking to syndicate its longest benchmark since May 2017 next year, the sovereign announced on Thursday.

In a statement, Agence France Trésor, the French sovereign debt office, said “if significant demand for long dated bonds arises during the year, AFT reserves the right to work with primary dealers to examine the prospect of a syndicated issue of a new 30 year bond”.

A new 30 ...

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