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Danish ARMs widen in sales amid broader market volatility

Posted on 16 February 2018


Spreads in the latest Danish ARM bond refinancings last week widened to their highest levels in at least a year, as rising yields and wider volatility took a toll, although demand remained “reasonable” as issuers sold some DKK121bn (EUR16.2bn) of non-callables...

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