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ECB seen helping late ‘average’ deals after Commerz long nines

Posted on 2 December 2019


Commerzbank attracted over €625m of demand to a €500m no-grow long nine year mortgage Pfandbrief today, suggesting “average” core CBPP3-eligible deals could get despite investors increasingly shutting up shop ahead of the holidays after the busiest November in four years...

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