Indika bond attracts 200 investors and prices at tight end

The five-year bond deal generates $3.8 billion in demand and tightens by 19 basis points on the secondary market.

Coal miner PT Indika Inti EnergiÆs B2B fiveûyear Reg-S non-call life generated $3.8 billion in demand on Friday, pricing at par at 8.5%, at the tight end of revised guidance 8.5%-8.625%. Initial guidance was 8.625%-8.875%. The $250 million transaction is said to be the lowest-priced deal out of Asia with that coupon and rating. The deal was managed by ING and JPMorgan.

The deal attracted 200 investors, with 160 allocated accounts. Half of the bonds were sold...

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