Tasmanian Public Finance Corporation
Tasmanian Public Finance Corporation and Northern Territory Treasury Corporation issued new 2032 benchmark lines within days of each other. The issuers say market conditions have stabilised after almost a month of rates volatility, allowing for their sizeable prints.
After announcing the mandate earlier in the day, Tasmanian Public Finance Corporation (Tascorp) (AA+/Aa2) launched a new January 2032, syndicated, benchmark transaction on 22 March. Indicative price guidance for the deal is 41-45 basis points area over 10-year futures contract, equivalent to 38.75-42.75 basis points area over Australian Commonwealth government bond.
Tasmanian Public Finance Corporation (Tascorp) (AA+/Aa2) revealed plans on 22 March for a syndicated transaction of a new benchmark bond maturing in January 2032. Commonwealth Bank of Australia, National Australia Bank and UBS are joint lead managers for the deal, which is expected to launch in the near future.
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