After a roadshow that finished on Wednesday, Accent, rated A+ (negative) by S&P Global, launched a £350m 30 year note, of which it intended to retain £125m.
Bookrunners Barclays, Lloyds Bank and NatWest Markets set initial price thoughts at 145bp over mid-Gilts.
Investors ploughed over £1.3bn into the book, leaving
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