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Date $MM Issuer/Rating/Desc/Maturity/Yld; Priced *; Launch #
04/16 $3B #EIB WNG 5Y +24
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$28.25B Priced Wednesday, JP Morgan outsized Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 
04/15 $10B *JP Morgan $3.5B 6NC5 +170, $2.75B 11NC10 +190, $1.5B 21NC20 +185,
$2.25B 31NC30 +185
04/15 $7B *Kingdom of Saudi Arabia $2.5B 5.5Y +260, $1.5B 10.5Y +270, $3B 40Y
4.55%
04/15 $8B *World Bank (IBRD) 5Y +24
04/15 $2B *LYB Int Finance $500M 5Y +255, $500M 10Y +275, $1B 30Y +295
04/15 $1.25B *Royal Bank of Canada 3Y +138
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$16.8B priced Tuesday ($36.6B/w, $168.3B/m); Petronas launch helped kick off
late Tuesday sell-off in long end Tsys
04/14 $6B *Petronas 3pt $2.25B 10Y +290, $2.75B 30Y 4.55%, $1B 40Y 4.80%
04/14 $3B *Charter Communications $1.6B 11Y +210, $1.4B 31Y +235
04/14 $2.5B *UBS 2Y +160
04/14 $1.75B *Santander Mexico 5Y 5.375%
04/14 $1.5B *Valero Energy Energy $850M 3Y and $650M 5Y +300a
04/14 $1.25B *Bank of Nova Scotia 3Y +140
04/14 $800M *USAA Capital WNG $400M 3Y +125, $400M 10Y +140
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$19.8B Priced Monday, $151.5B/month already
GE and Exxon Mobil multi-tranche jumbos lead Monday's issuance
04/13 $9.5B *Exxon Mobil $2.75B 3Y +125, $1.25B '25 tap +140, $2B 10.5Y +185,
$750M '40 tap +195, $2.75B 31Y +205
04/13 $6B *General Electric 4pt $1B 7Y 285, $1.25B 10Y and $1.5B 20Y both +290,
$2.25B 30Y +300 
04/13 $1.5B *Walgreens Boots $500M 10Y +245, $1B 30Y +270
04/13 $1.1B *Essential Utilities 10Y +237.5a, 30Y +237.5a
04/13 $700M *Massachusetts Mutual Life 30Y +200
04/13 $500M *Advanced Auto 10Y +320
04/13 $500M *McCormick and Co WNG 10Y +180
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04/09-/10 No issuance last Thursday & Friday; $63.6B total/wk, $137.7B/mnth
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$16.975B priced Wednesday
04/08 $7B *Emirate of Abu Dhabi $2B 5Y +220, $2B 10Y +240, $3B 30Y 4.1%
04/08 $3.25B *Booking $1B 5Y +362.5, $750M 7Y and $1.5B 10Y both +387.5
04/08 $1.5B *EOG Resources $750M each 10Y and 30Y both +362.5
04/08 $1.25B *New York Life Ins 30Y +240
04/08 $1B *American Water Capital $500 each 7Y and 10Y both +210
04/08 $1B *Prudential 10Y +250
04/08 $1B *OMERS Finance Trust 3Y +80
04/08 $500M *Shihan Bank 5Y +170
04/08 $475M *IPALCO Enterprises  10Y +350
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$10B Qatar 3pt lead Tuesday's total $23.45B issuance
04/07 $10B *Qatar $2B 5Y +300, $3B 10Y +305, $5B 30Y +4.4
04/07 $2B *CDP Financial 3Y +67
04/07 $2B *BNG Bank 3Y +35a
04/07 $1.5B *Keurig Dr Pepper $750M each 10Y and 30Y both +300
04/07 $1.3B *BAE Systems 10Y +275
04/07 $1B *NiSource 10Y +290
04/07 $1B *Ontario Teachers Fin Trust 5Y +80
04/07 $1B *Mondelez $500M 3Y +185, $500M 10Y +212.5
04/07 $1B *Phillips 66 $500M each 3Y and 5Y both +337.5
04/07 $750M *Avangrid 5Y Green bond +275
04/07 $700M *Estee Lauder 10Y +185
04/07 $600M *Brookfield Finance 10Y +362.5
04/07 $600M *Narragansett Electric 10Y +265
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$23.175B Priced Monday, April running total: $91.275B
04/06 $4.5B *Broadcom $2.25B 5Y +425, $2.25B 10Y +437.5
04/06 $4.3B *Indonesia $1.65B 10.5Y 4.15, $1.65B 30.5Y 4.55, $1B 50Y 4.9
04/06 $4B *BMW US Cap $1.5B 3Y, $1.5B 5Y, $1B 10Y each +350
04/06 $3B *Credit Suisse $1.5B each 2Y and 5Y, both +255
04/06 $2.25B *Hewlett Packard $1.25B 3Y +412.5, $1B 5Y +425
04/06 $2B *Caterpillar $800M 10Y +200, $1.2B 30Y +200
04/06 $1B *PacifiCorp 00M $10.5Y +205, $600M 31Y +205
04/06 $800M *Mitsubishi UFJ $450M 5Y +320, $350M 10Y +330
04/06 $575M *Burlington Northern Sant Fe WNG 30Y +180
04/06 $400M *Analog Devices 5Y +262.5
04/06 $350M *Tuscon Electric Power WNG 30Y +275
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$6.25B priced Friday; $126.75B/wk!!
04/03 $3B *FedEx $1B 5Y +350, $750M 10Y +370, $1.25B 30Y +410
04/03 $2.25B *Dell Int $1B 5Y +550, $500M 7Y and $750M 10Y +562.5a
04/03 $1B *MetLife Global 10Y +240
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$19B T-Mobile 5pt Jumbo lion's share of $33.35B total supply Thursday and record
$120.5B over 4 sessions!
04/02 $19B *T-Mobile, $3B 5Y +312.5, $4B 7Y +325, $7B 10Y +337.5, $2B 20Y and
$3B 30Y +325
04/02 $3.25B *BP Capital $750M 3Y +265, $750M 5Y +280, $500M 7Y and $1.25B 10Y
+325
04/02 $2B *Ross Stores $700M 5Y, $400M 7Y, $400M 10Y and $500M 30Y all +425
04/02 $2B *VMware $750M 5Y, $500M 7Y and $750M 10Y all +412.5
04/02 $1.8B *Hyundai Capital Am $550M 3Y and $600M Y +550, $650M 10Y +575
04/02 $1.5B *Lloyds 5.25NC4.25 +350
04/02 $1.25B *TransCanada Pipelines 10Y +350
04/02 $1.25B *CPPIB (Canada Pension Plan Inv Brd) 2Y +33
04/02 $500M *Evergy Kansas Cntrl WNG 30Y +220 
04/02 $400M *Ryder 5y +425
04/02 $400M *PACCAR Fncl 3Y +240
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$6B Ab InBev lead session's $28.5B corp issuance, $87.15B/wk
04/01 $6B *Anheuser-Busch InBev 4pt: $1.75B 10Y +290, $1B 20Y +305, $2.25B 30Y
+320, $1B 40Y +330
04/01 $5B *Equinor 5pt: $1.25B 5Y +250, $500M 7Y +255, $1.5B 10Y +260, $500M 20Y
+240, $1.25B 30Y +245
04/01 $4B *Carnival 3NCL at 99.0/11.901% yld
04/01 $3.75B *Shell 5Y +205, 10Y +215, 30Y +210
04/01 $3.5B *Citigroup 6NC5 +275
04/01 $1.5B *Dollar General $1B 10Y and $500M 30Y both +287.5
04/01 $1.25B *NextEra Energy 5Y +240
04/01 $1B *Baidu $600M 5Y +275, 00M $10Y +285
04/01 $1B *PPL cap funding 10Y +350
04/01 $1B *Sothern Co 10Y +310
04/01 $500M *Penske Truck Leasing +370
(Historical context, AB InBev holds records for second largest ever "mega" deal:
$46B on Jan 13 '16 AND 4th largest record w/$30B 10pt on Nov 12, '19.)
--MNI Chicago Bureau; tel: +1 312-431-0089; email: bill.sokolis@marketnews.com
[TOPICS: MTABLE]
MNI Chicago Bureau | +1 312-431-0089 | bill.sokolis@marketnews.com
MNI Chicago Bureau | +1 312-431-0089 | bill.sokolis@marketnews.com

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