Marks and Spencer lifted by Merkel and Sarko
Three European companies issued bonds today as markets swung decisively upward in the best trading day for more than a fortnight.
Two UK firms and a German issuer broke the long diet of French deals, as retailer Marks and Spencer Group finally sold a sterling bond it had first tried to launch on November 14, while Imperial Tobacco turned to the eight year part of the euro market and ...
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