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This week will see issuance from the Netherlands and Germany. MNI estimates gross issuance for this week at E9.7bln, down from last week’s E18.3bln.

  • Latvia came to the market Monday to launch its inaugural Sustainability bond with E600mln of the 0.25% Jan-30 bond sold via syndication, with books of E2.35bln.
  • The Netherlands kicked off auction issuance for the week on Tuesday morning, selling E2.1bln of the 3-year 2.00% Jul-24 DSL against a target of E1.5-3.0bln.
  • Germany also came to the market Tuesday, allotting E3.277bln of the 0% Dec-23 Schatz with issuance volumes of E4.0bln.
  • Germany returned to the market Wednesday, allotting E2.497bln of the 10-year 0% Aug-31 Bund with issuance volumes of E3bln.
  • Italy will hold an exchange auction this morning with up to E2.5bln of the Apr-29 CCTeu on offer in exchange for the Mar-22/Sep-22 CTZs and the Jun-22/Dec-22 CCTeus.
  • Greece will also hold an exchange/buyback this week with the 2.00% Apr-27, 3.90% Jan-33, 4.00% Jan-37 and 4.20% Jan-42 GGBs all on offer and 20 GGBs all available to be bought back/exchanged. The expiration is Friday.

NET NOMINAL FLOWS: There is one redemption due this week, a E15.5bln German Schatz maturing on Friday. There are no coupon payments due. With gross issuance of E9.7bln, we estimate negative net flows of E5.8bln this week (close to last week’s negative net flows of E6.9bln).

For a calendar of all announced EGB/EU/ESM/EFSF/gilt auctions see the MNI EZ/UK Bond Supply Calendar here.