LONDON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - American Honda, a U.S. subsidiary of Japanese automaker Honda Co. , plans to sell a euro-denominated five-year bond, sources familiar with the deal said on Wednesday. The bond will total 750 million euros and is set to be priced later on Wednesday at mid-swaps plus 59 basis points, one of the sources said. Initial guidance was 59 to 62 basis points over mid-swaps, the other source said. The final spread suggests good demand for the sale. Barclays Capital and ...
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