June 28, 2019 |
Mexico has raised ¥165bn ($1.53bn) from a four-part bond deal, its largest debt sale in the Japanese market, the finance ministry said in a statement.
The ministry said it issued ¥65.5bn in three-year notes at 0.62%, ¥41.2bn in five-year notes at 0.83%, ¥27.3bn in seven-year notes at 1.05% and ¥31bn in 10-year notes at 1.3%. Orders from 107 investors in Japan and other places reached ¥225bn, or 1.36 times the amount offered, it added.
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