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Sep 13, 2023 15:50 EEST
September 13 (SeeNews) - Slovenia raised $1 billion (931 million euro) from institutional investors through the issue of ten-year government bonds, the finance ministry said on Wednesday.
The offering priced with a coupon of 5.000% and a 5.086% reoffer yield, the finance ministry said in a statement on Wednesday.
The bond transaction attracted 3.8 billion euro of combined demand, the ministry noted.
The proceeds will fund government investments that contribute positively to its environmental and social goals, and further promote and develop the domestic and international green, social and sustainability bond market, the finance ministry added.
Barclays, BNP Paribas, Citi, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs Bank Europe and JP Morgan jointly led the offering.
The transaction represents Slovenia’s return to the US dollar market after a nearly 10-year absence, and it also represents the first US-dollar bond by a Central and Eastern European (CEE) issuer in the Eurozone since 2014.
($ = 0.93094 euro)
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