Only short notice supply after CFF long end reopener
Posted on 12 November 2012
Euro supply expectations for the week were low among syndicate bankers this (Monday) morning, with one noting that any deals are likely to come at short notice, as was the case for a CFF transaction on Friday, and Belfius Bank said to be more likely to debut next week rather than this...
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