Trump yield rise promises relief for frustrated issuers, investors
Posted on 11 November 2016
A new rise in yields on the back of the US election result is seen as presenting an opportunity for core issuers to re-enter the short end and relief for investors weary of duration, and covered issuance is expected to pick-up next week with at least two deals due, after insurer Sampo tested the FIG waters yesterday...
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