re-offer

re-offer

(ˈriːˌɒfə)
vb
1. to offer (something) again
2. (intr) Canadian to run as a candidate for re-election
n
the act of offering (something) again or an instance of this
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The senior unsecured fixed rate ASEAN green bonds due September 2024 were priced at 99.641 with a re-offer yield of 2.
Contract notice: jyfi - offer for delivery of diapers 2019 (re-offer)
Seattle, WA, June 21, 2018 --(PR.com)-- The King County Real Estate Services Section is hosting an online tax title re-offer through online auction website Bid4Assets.com.
Treasury, which resulted in a re-offer yield of 2.889% and re-offer price of 99.357% for the bonds.
The bond, which matures on 10 July 2015, came with issue and re-offer prices of 99.676%.
The coupon for the issue has been set at 15 basis points over three-month Euribor, re-offer price at par.
The company claimed that the issue was well received in the market and was priced at a re-offer spread of 424.6 basis points over the US Treasuries.
The 6.75% bond is due on 24 March 2014 and has a re-offer price of 99.555% to give a spread of mid swaps plus 410 basis points.
Today, the Midtown real estate market is very healthy and the time was right to re-offer the property for sale."
Re-offer spread: 18.0bps over 10-year JGB #354 due March 20, 2029
Considering the re-offer price, the yield to maturity is 0.739% per annum, equivalent to the 7-year mid-swap rate plus 45 basis points, approximately 10 basis points under the BTP of the same maturity.
The new tranche was placed at a re-offer price of 99.702% of par value in a deal managed by DZ Bank, HSBC (LON:HSBA), JP Morgan (NYSE:JPM), Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Limited and Landesbank Berlin.