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Advantage covered in ‘scary’ mart, duration out of favour

Posted on 23 May 2018


Covered bonds in the belly of the curve were the beneficiaries of a flight to quality in a “scary” market today, with ING Belgium sevens and Desjardins fives the biggest winners, but investor reticence to venture out along the curve contributed to a more muted response for Nationwide 10s...

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