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Denmark to discover its 'greenium' with first green bond sale

Denmark will sell its first green bond today via auction and will mirror it with a similar conventional note, making comparisons relatively straightforward.

Faroe Islands, Denmark. | Photo: Pexels: Quentin Krattiger.

Denmark is about to find out how much value investors attach to its plans to go green.

The Nordic country will sell its first green bond today via auction and will mirror it with a similar conventional note, making comparisons relatively straightforward. Buyers may be willing to pay a hefty premium of three basis points, according to the average estimate in a Bloomberg survey of analysts tracking the sale.

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