2018 mulled, analysts whine, cheer on half empty, full view
Posted on 14 December 2017
Euro covered bond supply in 2018 is expected by most analysts to fall short of 2017â€™s. However, uncertainty pervades on factors from unusually low redemptions and rising TLAC/MREL needs to new and returning issuers, with CBPP3 a rare constant even as QE nears its end...
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