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Covered quiet as banks focus on positive-yielding products

Posted on 27 August 2019


Banks entered the euro market today after the UK bank holiday yesterday, but eschewed negative-yielding covered bonds for positive-yielding products, and covered bond supply is deemed more likely next week, with the ECB governing council meeting on 12 September also anticipated...

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