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Covered resist US travel ban falls, post-results action eyed

Posted on 30 January 2017


Falls in equity markets this morning attributed to US travel restrictions and a continuing rise in yields are not expected to negatively affect the covered bond market, and bankers suggested such weakness could increase interest in low beta issuance as banks begin to exit blackout periods...

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