J.P, Morgan & Co. raised $200 million in the Euromarkets on Thursday, using an interest-rate collar to lower its cost of capital.

The 10-year subordinated debt carries a coupon of one-eighth of a percentage point below the three-month London interbank offered rate and was priced at 99.85. Three-month Libor is about 3.50%.

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