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Exuberance moderates but pick-ups help keep books high

Posted on 8 January 2020


A further four euro benchmarks hit the euro market today, although their outcomes were less universally emphatic than yesterday. Pick-ups offered by Santander UK, Danske Finland and UniCredit nevertheless ensured strong demand against a backdrop of continued geopolitical uncertainty...

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