Eni, Suez, Tikehau light corporate touchpaper before blackouts

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By Mike Turner
07 Oct 2019

Europe's high grade corporate bond new issue market has opened the week smartly, with almost €2bn of debt raised, as borrowers nip into the market before earnings blackouts interrupt new issuance.

Italian oil firm Eni, French water and waste management group Suez and Paris-based asset manager Tikehau all launched euro deals on Monday, making a sharp difference from the quiet market last week when Germany had a public holiday on Thursday.

“It’s the last big push now before blackouts at ...

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