Israel sees long dated issuance as an important part of its ‘strategic issuance plan’, according to sources in its Ministry of Finance. Last week, the sovereign returned to the market for a second time in 2019 to extend its euro curve by 20 years, placing its first ever 50 year note through a private placement
“As part of our strategic issuance plan we are always looking for efficient longer dated issuance,” said the Ministry of Finance. “In euros we issued a 20 year in 2017, and a 30 year earlier this year. So 50 years is within our strategic plan of long dated
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