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Poland to Launch Dual-Tranche Euro Bond, Says Bank -- Update
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(Updates with details of transaction.)
By Emese Bartha
Poland is launching a dual-tranche euro bond transaction Thursday, selling a new 2027-dated issue, plus another tranche of its existing January 2036 bond, via a syndicate of banks, said one of the banks working on the transaction.
The final guidance for the 2027-dated bond is set at mid-swaps +55 basis points, down from the mid-swaps +60 basis points in the initial price talk, said one of the banks. The final guidance on the 2036-dated bond is mid-swaps +83/+85 basis points, down from mid-swaps +90/+95 basis points initially.
One of the lead managers said the deal size was likely to be 750 million euros ($797 million) to 1 billion euros for the 10-year bond and around EUR500 million for the longer-dated one.
Books closed in excess of EUR2.5 billion for the two bonds, with demand skewed toward the 10-year bond.
Lead managers of the transaction are Barclays, BNP Paribas, Commerzbank, ING and J.P. Morgan.
-Write to Emese Bartha at firstname.lastname@example.org
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March 16, 2017 09:32 ET (13:32 GMT)Copyright (c) 2017 Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
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