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Euros make fastest start since 2011, sights lower for Feb

Posted on 2 February 2018


The euro market in January got off to its fastest start in seven years, with almost EUR28bn of supply. Issuance is expected to fall to EUR8bn-EUR10bn this month, even if conditions are expected to remain conducive, with rates volatility the only potential cloud on the horizon...

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