Euro investors gobble €2bn in first chance to taste green Apple

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By Mike Turner
07 Nov 2019

Technology firm Apple issued its first euro green bond on Thursday, selling a €2bn deal that bankers thought had been priced flat to its curve. The issue continued a strong recent run of Reverse Yankee deals.

The transaction nearly doubles the total volume of Apple's outstanding green bonds, bringing it to $4.72bn, which makes Apple the 29th biggest green bond issuer over the whole history of the market, according to Dealogic, and the 10th biggest corporate issuer.

Apple has been investing in its own green ...

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