LONDON, Nov 27 (Reuters) - German trucks and engineering group MAN AG launched a 300 million euro seven-year bond on Thursday, lead managers for the deal said. The deal was priced to yield 125 basis points over the swaps curve, the banks said. That is the lower end of the 125 to 145 basis point range indicated earlier. Hypovereinsbank and Deutsche Bank are managing the sale.
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