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W/C Sept 26, 2022

EUROZONE T-BILL ISSUANCE

Italy and Greece are both due to sell bills tomorrow for an estimated E5.6bln, while Germany and France sold E12.0bln yesterday. We look for total issuance at first round operations of E17.6bln, marginally higher than last week's E17.0bln.

  • Tomorrow, Italy will come to the market with E5.0bln of the new 6-month Mar 31, 2023 BOT on offer.
  • Greece will conclude eurozone issuance for the week tomorrow morning with E625mln of the new 26-week Mar 31, 2023 GTB on offer.

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Italy and Greece are both due to sell bills tomorrow for an estimated E5.6bln, while Germany and France sold E12.0bln yesterday. We look for total issuance at first round operations of E17.6bln, marginally higher than last week's E17.0bln.

  • Tomorrow, Italy will come to the market with E5.0bln of the new 6-month Mar 31, 2023 BOT on offer.
  • Greece will conclude eurozone issuance for the week tomorrow morning with E625mln of the new 26-week Mar 31, 2023 GTB on offer.

Keep reading...Show less