GM's record bond sale pulled in 1,900 orders -lead


By Richard Barley LONDON, June 27 (Reuters) - Nearly 1,900 investors put in orders for dollar, euro and sterling bonds issued by General Motors on Thursday as part of its record corporate bond sale, bankers at Merrill Lynch said on Friday. Merrill Lynch acted as global coordinator for the $17.55 billion deal, in tandem with Morgan Stanley. The deal comprised $13.55 billion in fixed and floating-rate bonds in the U.S., euro zone and British currencies, plus bonds convertible into General ...

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