EdF sets Ffr57bn exchange offer

  • 02 Oct 1998
FRENCH utility EdF will today offer investors their first chance to exchange illiquid bonds denominated in constituent Emu currencies directly into liquid euro benchmarks. Only France and the European Investment Bank have previously launched such exchanges -- but into eurofungible lines requiring redenomination at the end ...

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