KfW, BNG tap Kiwis for five year debt

  • 08 Apr 2005

The kiwi dollar was the centre of attention in the retail currency markets in an otherwise quiet week.

German development bank KfW and Bank Nederlandse Gemeenten (BNG) brought almost identical deals in the New Zealand dollar market.

KfW, which is guaranteed by the Federal ...

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