February 4, 2019 |
Brazil's Petrobras said it has priced a three-part debenture sale in Brazil, increasing the size of the offer to BRL3.6bn after taking orders.
The state-owned oil company allocated BRL898m to seven-year notes at 4.046% over the IPCA consumer price index and BRL1.69bn to 10-year notes at 4.2186% over IPCA. It also put BRL1.01bn in seven-year notes at 106.25% of the DI interbank lending rate.
Petrobras intends to sell the notes on February 12, it said in a securities filing. Itaú BBA, Banco do B
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