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Supply forecasts cut towards €100bn on effects of Covid-19

Posted on 10 June 2020


With euro benchmark issuance of around €60bn in the first five months of 2020 down €25bn versus 2019, and Covid-19 and relief measures set to further slow supply, analysts have lowered their forecasts, with one seeing issuance at risk of dropping below €100bn for the first time since 2013...

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