JOHANNESBURG, Nov 27 (Reuters) - South Africa's Imperial Holdings Limited said on Thursday it had issued 1.0 billion rand corporate bond, due 2010, at 127 basis points above the benchmark R153 government bond. The diversified holding company said in a statement that the IPL3 bond carried a 10 percent coupon and a yield to maturity interest rate of 10.07 percent. It is the third series issued by Imperial under its domestic medium term note programme. "Imperial has now raised R4.8 billion ...
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