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Covereds shrug off crises, tight levels, to fly in 2020

Posted on 31 January 2020


Euro benchmark covered bonds hit the ground running for 2020, with January’s €28.25bn of supply the second biggest start to a year, as the asset class shrugged off geopolitical concerns to allow for issuance in size at low NIPs, and syndicate bankers expect the good times to roll on...

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