Teva ventures to euro and Swissie lands

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, the Israeli company rated A3/A-, announced today that it would meet euro and Swiss franc bond investors next week.

  • 21 Mar 2012

Depending on buyers’ feedback and market conditions, Teva could issue euro and Swiss franc transactions thereafter. In that case, the issuer would bring precious rarity value to both buyer bases as it only has dollar notes outstanding.

Teva will meet euro investors in London on Monday March 26, ...

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