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Nike Eyes $1.5B Offering At Low Yields, But Misses Lowest Levels

Nike Inc.has launched a $1.5 billion, “no-grow” public offering, including $1 billion of 10-year notes, due Nov. 1, 2026 at T+65, and $500 million of 30-year notes, due Nov. 1, 2046 at T+93, sources said. Launch levels imply reoffer yields of roughly 2.40% and 3.44%, respectively. Both tranches were launched at [...]
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