Slovenia runs with sixth dollar buy-back
Slovenia is once again borrowing in euros to fund a buy-back of its dollar debt as it looks to cut its liabilities in the currency. This is the borrower’s sixth such transaction over the course of two years.
The issuer will raise fresh euros to fund a buy-back of its $2.25bn 5.5% 2022s of which $823.2 remains outstanding, and its $2.5bn 5.85% notes due 2023 of which $779.3m remains in the market.
But the issuer is not neglecting its dollar bond holders entirely and has
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