Orders for Intesa's dual-tranche bond top $3 bln-sources
MILAN Jan 7 (Reuters) - Italian bank Intesa Sanpaolo has received orders for more than $3 billion for a dual-tranche bond denominated in U.S. dollars, sources close to the operation said on Monday.
One of the sources said the orders were evenly spread between the three-year and five-year tranches, with a slight preference for the latter.
The deal is expected to be priced later today.
(Reporting by Gabriella Bruschi, editing by Stephen Jewkes)
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