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Friday, 03 April 2020

TCorp reopens primary market amid COVID-19 crisis

New South Wales Treasury Corporation (TCorp) printed the first benchmark transaction in the Australian public market since the coronavirus pandemic escalated. Deal sources say investor engagement was critical for price discovery in a dislocated and volatile environment.

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Wednesday, 01 April 2020

TCorp launches domestic syndicated benchmark deal

On 1 April, New South Wales Treasury Corporation (TCorp) (AAA/Aaa) launched an Australian dollar denominated, syndicated transaction. The offer is a new October 2023, benchmark, floating-rate note and an increase to its February 2024, fixed-rate maturity. Indicative price guidance for the forthcoming deal is, respectively, 36-40 basis points area over three-month bank bills and 49-53 basis points area over Australian Commonwealth government bond.

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Tuesday, 31 March 2020

TCorp sounding investors for domestic syndicated benchmark deal

On 31 March, New South Wales Treasury Corporation (TCorp) (AAA/Aaa) revealed plans for a new Australian dollar denominated, syndicated, benchmark transaction, proposed in either or both fixed and floating-rate note (FRN) formats. The potential fixed-rate offer would be an increase of its February 2024 maturity while the FRN would be a new October 2023 line. The issuer is inviting investors to provide views on pricing and indicative demand.

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Tuesday, 03 March 2020

Demand surge continues for semi-government syndications

Demand for syndicated primary issuance of semi-government paper continued through at least the last week of February, driven by relative value in the sector, a lack of other high-grade supply and, most recently, investor flight to quality.

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Wednesday, 26 February 2020

TCorp launches 13-year domestic syndicated benchmark deal

On 26 February, New South Wales Treasury Corporation (TCorp) (AAA/Aaa) launched a new 2% March 2033, Australian dollar denominated, syndicated, benchmark deal. Indicative price guidance for the forthcoming transaction is 68-72 basis points area over 10-year futures contract, equivalent to 59.9-63.9 basis points area over Australian Commonwealth government bond.

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Friday, 21 February 2020
Feb/Mar 2020 Supplement

First in, best dressed

Government-sector issuers are among Australasia’s most active in the green, social and sustainability (GSS) bond space. They are also responding to increasing investor demand for entity-level environmental, social and governance (ESG) commitments and say they are well placed to provide these despite some negative headlines.

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Thursday, 20 February 2020
Feb/Mar 2020 Supplement

High-grade issuer profiles and perspectives 2020

Key data and information on 15 high-grade issuers active in the Australasian debt markets, including funding strategy information, debt data and issuer-specific perspectives. 

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Thursday, 20 February 2020
Feb/Mar 2020 Supplement

Conditions align for government issuers within Australia

A set of circumstances conducive to borrowing has characterised the Australian government sector in the last 12 months. A lower sovereign requirement, regulatory changes and benign market conditions have all provided tailwinds, even as the economy has slowed. KangaNews convened the sector’s largest issuers in Sydney in January to discuss the state of play.