Petrobras Launches $8.5B Six-part Bond

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Monday, March 10, 2014

By Paul Kilby, IFR

Petrobras has launched a $8.5 billion six-bond offering after generating a $22 billion plus order book.

The trade was launched as a $1.6 billion three-year fixed at Treasuries plus 250bp, $1.4 billion three-year FRN at 3mL+236bp, $1.5 billion six-year fixed at plus 330bp, $500 millio six-year FRN at Libor plus 288bp, $2.5 billion 10-year at Treasuries plus 350bp, and $1 billion 30-year fixed at plus 360bp.

This comes after leads revised guidance to T+250-260bp on the three-year fixed-rate tranche, 3mL+236-246bp on the three-year FRN, T+330-340bp on the six-year fixed, 3mL+288-298bp on the 6-year FRN, T+350-360bp on the 10-year fixed, and T+360-370bp on the 30-year fixed-rate tranche. Initial price thoughts were T+260bp, 3mL+246bp, T+340bp, 3mL+298bp, T+360bp and T+370bp, respectively.

Ratings are on the SEC registered deal are Baa1/BBB/BBB. Bookrunners are BOCHK, BB Securities, Bradesco BBI, Citigroup, HSBC and JPMorgan. Comanagers are Banca IMI S.p.A and Scotiabank.

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