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Development Bank of Kazakhstan 3Y US$ Debt Issuance on Tap

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Thursday issuance slowing down after $37.4B priced in the first half of the week

  • Date $MM Issuer (Priced *, Launch #)
  • 4/4 $Benchmark Development Bank of Kazakhstan (DBK) 3Y 5.875%
  • $17.65B Priced Wednesday
  • 4/3 $6B *World Bank $3B 2Y +17, $3B 7Y +48
  • 4/3 $2B *Engie $750M 5Y +100, $750M 10Y +128, $500M 30Y +148
  • 4/3 $2B *Rakuten 5NCL 9.875%
  • 4/3 $1.5B *Ontario Teachers Finance 5Y +61
  • 4/3 $1.5B *Anglo American Capital $1B 10Y +145, $500M 30Y +160
  • 4/3 $1.3B *Rep of Colombia $650M 2035 7.55%, $650M 2053 tap 8.15%
  • 4/3 $1.25B *Kingdom of Belgium 30Y +39
  • 4/3 $1B *DBJ 5Y SOFR+55
  • 4/3 $600M *Nexa 10Y +240
  • 4/3 $500M *Mutual of Omaha 3Y +85
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Thursday issuance slowing down after $37.4B priced in the first half of the week

  • Date $MM Issuer (Priced *, Launch #)
  • 4/4 $Benchmark Development Bank of Kazakhstan (DBK) 3Y 5.875%
  • $17.65B Priced Wednesday
  • 4/3 $6B *World Bank $3B 2Y +17, $3B 7Y +48
  • 4/3 $2B *Engie $750M 5Y +100, $750M 10Y +128, $500M 30Y +148
  • 4/3 $2B *Rakuten 5NCL 9.875%
  • 4/3 $1.5B *Ontario Teachers Finance 5Y +61
  • 4/3 $1.5B *Anglo American Capital $1B 10Y +145, $500M 30Y +160
  • 4/3 $1.3B *Rep of Colombia $650M 2035 7.55%, $650M 2053 tap 8.15%
  • 4/3 $1.25B *Kingdom of Belgium 30Y +39
  • 4/3 $1B *DBJ 5Y SOFR+55
  • 4/3 $600M *Nexa 10Y +240
  • 4/3 $500M *Mutual of Omaha 3Y +85