Lloyds Banking Group sold £2.5 billion ($3.9 billion) of mortgage-backed bonds denominated in euros, sterling and dollars.

The U.S. tranche of the deal was the first issue from a non-U.S. lender since 2007 and Lloyds doubled the size of that issue to $1billon on the back of strong investor demand.

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