Slovenia Cuts Debt Costs by Switching From Dollar to Euro BondsBy
Euro zone nation stands to benefit from low borrowing costs
Past U.S. dollar debt-euro swap saw 39 million-euro savings
Slovenia plans to buy back as much as $1 billion of its dollar-denominated bonds and sell new debt in euros, benefiting from cheaper borrowing costs in Europe while the Federal Reserve gets ready to tighten policy.
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