Tesco, the largest UK supermarket chain, began roadshowing a £1 billion-equivalent transaction last month, at a time when the debt capital markets were still smarting from the summer volatility. Analysts expect Tesco to have an easy time tapping the market despite widespread shelving of deals elsewhere.

The majority of the issue, lead managed by bookrunners Schroder Salomon Smith Barney, Deutsche Bank, HSBC and Royal Bank of Scotland, is expected to be in euros in the seven- to 10-year sector

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