Ukraine allegedly places USD 1.5bn eurobonds.

By bne IntelliNews February 18, 2011
Ukraine has allegedly placed USD 1.5bn eurobonds, reports Ukrainian News with reference to stock market insider. According to insider news, the bonds have 10-years maturity with a yield of 7.95% per annum. The bond issue organised by JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley and VTB Capital. According to information from VTB Capital, demand for the bonds has considerably overtaken supply: more then USD 3.5bn. More than 200 investors took part in the transaction, managing companies prevailing. Investors from the United States of America acquired more than 50% of the issue. High demand allowed place the eurobonds at a rate below the declared reference yield (8%) and increase the loan volume to USD 1.5bn from USD 1bn.

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