GECC's Mexican peso deal points to market maturity

  • 10 Feb 2006
After weeks of anticipation, General Electric Capital Corp brought its first Mexican peso deal of the year this week, a Ps1bn ($94.9m), 10 year transaction paying a coupon of 8.3% and led by Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse. Rentenbank also brought a 10 year trade, a Ps500m bond ...

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