SFIL and KfW slake some SSA dollar demand

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By Mike Turner
15 Apr 2019

The sovereigns, supranational and agency market poured into dollars on Monday with two issuers announcing price thoughts for deals and a third potentially due on screens after investor meetings.

France’s SFIL is taking indications of interest on a three year benchmark, while KfW is out with a two year benchmark trade.

Tokyo Metropolitan Government has mandated for a potential dollar or euro deal.

“Demand is still strong in dollars,” said a syndicate banker with an active deal. “Not everyone ...

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