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Deckchairs trump deals, with little seen before mid-August

Posted on 31 July 2018


Euro covered bond issuance will be slim to non-existent in the coming weeks, bankers expect, in spite of signs of life elsewhere, with issuers “on the beach”. The market is forecast to reopen in the second half of August, but limited needs could offset incentives to issue...

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