KfW increases funding task

KfW has raised its funding volume forecasts for the rest of the year to meet demand for loans.

  • 01 Jul 2011
The German agency has increased its programme by Eu5bn to Eu80bn after its mid-year review. It has raised around Eu52.8bn so far.

It has done this with by printing over 200 trades across 10 different currencies. Most of the volume however, has been raised in euro and dollar benchmark ...

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4 HSBC 7,587.14 11 8.11%
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5 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 14,692.17 42 7.26%

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1 JPMorgan 20,432.97 35 9.01%
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3 HSBC 16,371.81 48 7.22%
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5 NatWest Markets 13,451.59 14 5.93%

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3 HSBC 41,027.11 135 7.25%
4 Barclays 33,170.15 96 5.86%
5 Deutsche Bank 30,297.39 84 5.35%