Corporate issuers keep coming two by two as investor floodgates open

Falabella, shopping, LatAm
By Nigel Owen
08 Jan 2019

First it was a pair of car finance issuers. Then came a pair of utilities. And on Tuesday it was a pair of telecoms companies that came to the corporate bond market. But the latest couple really got investors revved up with more than €16.5bn of orders placed.

Toyota Motor Finance and RCI Banque attracted around €3bn of interest for their deals last Thursday, Elia and Veolia saw combined demand of €3.8bn on Monday, but Telecom Italia attracted €4.5bn alone on Tuesday, while its French peer Orange attracted €12bn equivalent for a four-tranche dual-currency deal ...

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