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“The States of Jersey is pleased to confirm that today the States of Jersey (rated AA+ with stable outlook by Standard & Poor’s) has successfully priced a £250m debut bond issue with a final maturity of June 2054 and a coupon of 3.75%. The transaction closes on 9th June and further information will be provided at that point. The net proceeds of the bond issue will be applied by the States of Jersey to fund investment programmes in Jersey's social housing.”
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