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Update: Brazil launches $1.5B bond as it seeks to tap into growing investor optimism

Brazil on July21 launched a new 30-year global bond offering worth $1.5 billion, banking on growinginvestor optimism for the country and wider flows into EM funds, Reuters reported,confirming an earlier report from the same day that Brazil would be returning tothe U.S. dollar bond market.

The Braziliangovernment placed the bonds at a yield of 5.875%. Deutsche Bank AG, Goldman SachsGroup Inc. and HSBC Holdings Plc are the book runners.

Investors arereconsidering Brazil's assets as interim President Michel Temer pushes for austeritymeasures that will reduce spending and limit debt growth, a source earlier toldReuters.