GE Capital Bonds Said to Yield 78 to 82 Basis Points Over Swaps

General Electric (GE) Capital Corp.’s sale of three-year senior unsecured bonds in euros may be priced to yield 78 to 82 basis points more than the benchmark mid-swap rate, according to a banker with knowledge of the transaction. The guidance has been revised from about 85 basis points.

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