Market set to close on 2017, January strategies plotted
Posted on 11 December 2017
The covered bond market is expected to close by Wednesday, as bankers see a small chance of opportunistic supply tomorrow ahead of central bank meetings and as preparations for 2018 are underway. January is forecast to bring a typical supply rush, potentially with different flavours...
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