CBPP3 buying falls back despite primary pick-up
Posted on 28 July 2015
The pace of covered bond purchases under CBPP3 fell unexpectedly last week despite an increase in primary market activity, with the portfolio increasing by Eu1.511bn, but analysts stated that the figure should increase substantially next week as eight eligible deals settle...
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