Italy soars in for its annual Sfr1bn show

  • 04 Jun 2004

The Republic of Italy yesterday (Thursday) was able to launch and price a Sfr1bn seven year bond despite tough conditions.

The Swiss franc bond market has been muted in recent weeks. Many deals are proving hard to sell, with investors sidelined by continuously rising swap ...

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