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VTB Seeks $156M Bond

The country's second-largest lender, state-owned VTB, aims to raise at least 150 million Swiss francs ($156.36 million) via a four-year eurobond and is guiding investors toward a coupon yield of around 3.2 percent, a banking source told Reuters on Tuesday.

VTB issued a Swiss franc eurobond last year and in 2012 has been actively topping up its outstanding eurobond issues.


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