FINLAND - European pension funds scooped up nearly a fifth of Finland's recent €3bn (US$4.4bn) bond issuance, the State Treasury said.
In a release yesterday, the Treasury said the issuance was the first 15-year bond in the country's history, and the long maturity helped drive interest from institutional investors. Some 17% of the total...
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