Volkswagen adds 250 mln euros to 2011 bond


LONDON, July 28 (Reuters) - The financial arm of German car maker Volkswagen added 250 million euros to its euro bond due July 2011, bringing the size of the total issue to one billion euros, the banks managing the sale said on Wednesday. Volkswagen Financial Services AG sold the new bonds at 72 basis points over mid-swaps, in line with previous price guidance. The issue and reoffer price is 99.675 percent of face value, said lead managers ABN AMRO, Calyon, DZ Bank and HSBC. The bond ...

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