(Adds details from company statement) LONDON/FRANKFURT, Nov 27 (Reuters) - German trucks and engineering group MAN AG said on Thursday it had launched a 300 million-euro, seven-year bond, and said the offer had been more than two-and-a-half times oversubscribed. The deal pays a coupon of 5.375 percent and was priced to yield of 125 basis points over the swaps curve, the company and lead managers Hypovereinsbank and Deutsche Bank said. That is the lower end of the 125 to 145 basis point ...
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