Third time lucky for Union Fenosa as TXU and Vattenfall reconsider debut offerings

  • 21 Jun 2002
Spanish utility Union Fenosa, rated Baa1/BBB+, scored a success this week with its third attempt to price a benchmark debut issue, while Vattenfall and TXU Eastern Funding were not so fortunate, having to shelve their deal plans. A deal for Fenosa was first roadshowed in the week of ...

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