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EGB Supply for W/C September 19, 2022

EUROZONE ISSUANCE

Spain, the ESM, Slovenia and Austria have held syndications, Slovakia, Finland and Germany have held auctions and Italy has held an exchange auction this week. Slovenia has also held a buyback. We look for gross nominal issuance of E16.9bln, down significantly from last week’s E47.4bln.

  • EGB issuance for the week has concluded. For more details and a full recap see the PDF here:
  • EZ220922.pdf

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Spain, the ESM, Slovenia and Austria have held syndications, Slovakia, Finland and Germany have held auctions and Italy has held an exchange auction this week. Slovenia has also held a buyback. We look for gross nominal issuance of E16.9bln, down significantly from last week’s E47.4bln.

  • EGB issuance for the week has concluded. For more details and a full recap see the PDF here:
  • EZ220922.pdf

Keep reading...Show less