Ukraine sells $1 billion to tap 2022 Eurobond
MOSCOW Feb 5 (Reuters) - Ukraine placed late on Monday additional $1 billion to its dollar-denominated 10-year Eurobond it had sold in November, a senior manager with Russia's VTB Capital said.
The new tranche carried annualised yield of 7.625 percent, below earlier expectations of 7.75 percent, Andrei Solovyev, head of VTB's debt capital markets, said.
VTB Capital, along with JP Morgan were the bookrunners of the deal.
Ukraine priced the first $1.25 billion tranche of the Eurobond due November 2022 to a yield of 7.80 percent.
The former Soviet republic needs to repay about $9 billion of foreign debt this year and is in talks with the International Monetary Fund on a new $15 billion stand-by programme.
But with the potential IMF deal still months away, the Kiev government had said it might seek to take advantage of high global liquidity by tapping the Eurobond market again.
- White House reverses, says Obama met uncle and lived with him during law school
- With song and sadness, South Africans mourn Mandela |
- RPT-UPDATE 1-Ford leans on global Mustang to burnish overseas image
- UPDATE 1-Study casts doubt on whether extra vitamin D prevents disease
- U.S. television, Twitter, alive with new version of 'Sound of Music'