SFIL and KfW slake some SSA dollar demand

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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