Market to remain quiet as summer, blackouts take hold
Posted on 17 July 2017
A placid week is foreseen in the covered bond market as the summer slowdown sets in, despite recent new issues being encouraging, as many jurisdictions are entering blackouts and the pipeline is all but cleared. Any ECB pronouncements on Thursday are meanwhile expected to be becalming...
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