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Reports: Philippines issues debut zero-coupon euro-denominated bond

The Philippines raised €1.2 billion through a sale of euro-denominated bonds that included the country's first zero-coupon issuance of the said securities, Reuters reported, citing Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez.

The offerings included a €600 million, zero-coupon three-year bond at 40 basis points higher than the benchmark, and a €600 million, nine-year bond with a coupon of 0.75%, CNN Philippines reported. Dominguez said the deals were nearly 4x oversubscribed.

The Philippine government aims to finance its 2020 budget through the proceeds from the offering, according to the reports.

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