September 4, 2020. FRANKFURT (Frankfurt Stock Exchange). Demand for the federal government’s first eco-bond was huge. Instead of the desired 4 billion, the state raised 6.5 billion euros over a ten-year bond and pays investors no interest for it. “There were orders in the books amounting to around 35 billion euros,” says Arthur Brunner. Because the interest was so great, according to the dealer at ICF Bank, the yield is currently 0.1 percent lower than that of a conventional bond with the same term. More green bonds are to follow later this year. Among other things, the finance agency is planning to issue a five-year paper of this type in the fourth quarter.
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