SSAs embark on summer sales

Strong demand for dollars has propelled EIB, KfW and Cades into the market this week and a Canadian province could issue on Thursday as Asian buyers in particular continue to put in large orders. EIB trumped its price guidance of mid-swaps plus 17bp for its three year global, printing $3bn at plus 16bp. KfW has a $1.75bn book for its seven year Eurodollar and Cades a similar result for its three year Eurodollar bond. In the euro market ICO is issuing a five year at mid-swaps plus 175bp, a juicy 65bp over the Bonos curve. Read EuroWeek on Friday for news and views on this week’s trades — and on how long the buying bonanza will continue.

  • 21 Jul 2010
Jo Richards +44 20 7779 7315, Ralph Sinclair +44 20 7779 7317
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