Canadians, TFS, Brexit cited in 2018 USD, sterling potential
Posted on 18 December 2017
US dollar and sterling supply is in 2018 expected to remain roughly stable versus this year, albeit with potential for higher issuance in both currencies from Canadian banks that have been less active this year, and in sterling from returning UK names, although Brexit volatility is deemed a risk...
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