Dealers Work Off Lloyds Bonds, Market Looks Ahead

The four dealers that took down the $8.7 billion bid list of U.S. residential mortgage-backed securities from Lloyds Banking Group yesterday are still busy selling off its 256 line items to clients, with initial chatter suggesting the market is capable of absorbing most of the supply.

  • 31 May 2013
The four dealers that took down the $8.7 billion bid list of U.S. residential mortgage-backed securities from Lloyds Banking Group yesterday are still busy selling off its 256 line items to clients, with initial chatter suggesting the market is capable of absorbing most of the supply. ...

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