Austria Sells EUR5 Billion in New October 2036 Government Bond
By Emese Bartha
Austria sold 5 billion euros ($5.91 billion) in the syndicated
launch of a new 15-year government bond on Thursday, with the
transaction luring strong demand, said one of the lead manager
The EUR5 billion issue size of the bond, which will mature in
October 2036, includes a EUR500 million issuer retention, said the
same bank. Demand for the deal exceeded EUR41 billion, including
EUR2 billion joint lead manager demand.
The final spread on the bond was set three basis points below
mid-swaps, said the same bank.
Bookrunners of the issue were Barclays, BofA Securities, Goldman
Sachs Bank Europe SE, J.P. Morgan and UniCredit.
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(END) Dow Jones Newswires
September 16, 2021 06:39 ET (10:39 GMT)
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