CBPP3 purchases rise, but secondary buying continues slide
Posted on 22 March 2017
CBPP3 purchases registered a slight increase last week, with the Eurosystem buying Eu1.079bn of covered bonds. However, its secondary market purchases have continued a recent slide, according to analysts, who speculated the ECB is having to rely more on the primary market...
The page you have requested is available to registered users only.
Please log in to read the rest of this article and view the full site.
If you have forgotten your password, please enter the e-mail address you entered when registering for the site into the "reset password" box. You will then be sent a new password to enter on the next page, where you will also be given the option of choosing a new, more memorable password.
If registering, you will be sent an e-mail confirming your username and password on pressing "register", as well as being taken to the homepage. If you have any problems accessing the site, please follow the link in the mail.
Luxembourg approves first green covered bond law
CBPP3 buying falls EUR1bn, raising reinvestment question
DNB EUR1.5bn bow evinces ‘greenium’, EZ gap vanishing
SpaBol taps better mart for EUR1bn, DNB green 7s due
Turkish covereds on negative review amid ‘erosion of confidence’
DG Hyp 9s show new levels appreciated, Møre to come
VÚB covered rating affirmed after switch to new Slovak regime
Cajamar fives a positive sign for Spain, DG nines due
Cajamar waits, as Commerz goes for rare EUR1bn size
Nordea spies sterling opportunity, upsizes to £300m
CBPP3 hits 2018 low in May, but rebounds to four month high
Germans busy as Haspa pays slim NIP, Cajamar test due
NN, Belfius take their chances in pre-summer market
RBC takes £750m in follow-up to TD
TD celebrates covered hits in funding hat-trick
OBGs at downgrade risk ‘at worst time’, but impact downplayed
TD £1bn ‘peach’ breaks size record in swift follow-up
TD adjournment vindicated as EUR1bn clears in stabler mart
DNB sets up green covered after SpaBol CBI-led tweak
CBPP3 portfolio decreases as hefty redemption period kicks off
TD ‘parked’, Oberbank sub succeeds amid Italy ‘mayhem’
OP EUR1bn gets tight to Nordea, as slower week eyed