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Dollar, sterling issuance set to fall as issuer pool narrows

Posted on 16 December 2016


The US dollar and sterling covered bond markets were unable to continue their expansion this year, as issuance fell in each. Analysts expect dollar supply to be steady in 2017, dependent upon arbitrage, and sterling to decline further, undermined by the BoE’s Term Funding Scheme...

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