Investors look beyond headlines to accept Eu1.75bn of five year debt from Citigroup

  • 08 Nov 2002
European investors saw beyond the negative press that has dogged Citigroup of late by participating in the bank's blowout Eu1.75bn five year deal yesterday (Thursday). Having persuaded investors to recognise the value of its stable credit, Citigroup priced the largest senior euro bank deal ever done outside the ...

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