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2018 supply forecasts maintained despite record April

Posted on 1 May 2018


Initial projections for 2018 euro covered bond supply may prove overly pessimistic after a record April took year-to-date benchmark issuance to some EUR65bn, but analysts are sticking to their forecasts, with supply expected to slow post-summer and potentially post-QE...

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