LONDON, June 26 (Reuters) - General Motors , the world's largest automaker, sold euro and sterling bonds on Thursday as part of a multi-currency debt sale expected to exceed $16.5 billion in size. The deal, which includes euro, sterling and dollar bonds and securities convertible into GM shares, is expected be the largest single corporate fundraising in the bond market. Investor bids for the offering were said on Wednesday to have topped $30 billion. General Motors Corp sold a one ...
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