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Caution advised with market caught twixt US rates and Italy

Posted on 8 October 2018


Syndicate bankers were this morning recommending issuers either steer clear of immediate issuance or adopt a defensive stance, as the euro covered bond market remained empty against a backdrop of nervous sentiment largely stemming from a rise in US rates and ongoing Italian budget concerns...

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