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No market reformation in November after October tights

Posted on 31 October 2017


The euro covered bond market is expected to get off to a slow start in November as holidays curtail opportunities to capitalise on last week’s “neutral” ECB QE decision, but after a month of big books and small premiums, spreads are seen remaining at current tights through to the end of 2017...

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