Berlin doubles up with fixed and floating

The City State of Berlin tapped the euro market twice this week, selling seven year fixed rate notes on Monday before printing a six year floater the following day. While the first deal sold well, the second was hampered by growing risk appetite among German investors.

  • By Nathan Collins
  • 25 Jul 2013

The borrower opened the week on Monday with a tap of seven year debt. BayernLB, Dekabank and UniCredit priced the €250m tap of Berlin’s 1.5% August 2020 notes at 3bp over mid-swaps, in line with guidance at the 3bp area. 

The tap brings the total size of the ...

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European Sovereign Bonds

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3 Citi 2,295.51 5 4.97%
4 NatWest Markets 1,795.79 1 3.89%
4 Intesa Sanpaolo SpA 1,795.79 1 3.89%

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4 Citi 5,642.73 5 11.43%
5 JPMorgan 4,286.54 5 8.68%

Bookrunners of Euro Denominated SSA (Excl US Agency)

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4 Credit Agricole CIB 4,509.26 4 4.75%
5 Goldman Sachs 3,813.29 4 4.01%

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