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February supply stunted despite YTD performance

Posted on 15 February 2021

Euro benchmark covered bond issuance remains grounded, with a back-up in yields offering little boost to supply hopes despite the shortage of deals making conditions attractive, according to bankers, with the year’s new issues having ground tighter and higher yielding paper outperforming...

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