January 9, 2020 |
Mexican bottling company Coca-Cola Femsa issued $1.25 billion worth of 10-year notes at 100 basis points over US Treasury notes on Wednesday, 50 basis points tighter than a 10-year, $1.75 billion deal by the government this week, according to a source familiar with the details of the transaction.
Coca-Cola Femsa issued the new 2030 notes with a coupon of 2.75% at a reoffer price of 98.972 to yield 2.869%. The bookrunners Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and Citi had opened the initial price talk a
Mexican bottling company places $1.25 bln in 10-year notes at 50 bps below the government's latest issue