Stuttering week for corporate issuance belies wide spread of deals on display

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By Mike Turner
25 Jun 2020

Europe’s high-grade corporate bond market had a lumpy week of issuance that petered out as the days went by. But there was a mixture of deal types for investors to snap up, including a rare chance to grab yield on a green bond.

Early in the week, German utility EnBW was out with a green hybrid, Luxembourg satellite company SES brought a sub-benchmark sized deal and shopping centre operator Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield was in the market for a 12 year bond. Exxon Mobil made its euro debut a day later on Tuesday (see ...

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