Confident end to week as secondary jitters subside

Renewed fears about the future of the eurozone after this week’s failure by Cypriot politicians to approve a European bail-out of their country have had little effect on ABS spreads. The market, which started the week watchfully, finished on a more confident note.

  • 22 Mar 2013
ABS prices tend to be swayed by only the most serious and sustained macroeconomic noise. Cyprus’s decision to tax bank deposits as part of its effort to raise the funds demanded by the EU, and its subsequent failure to gain parliamentary approval for the move, does not yet ...

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2 Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) 6,703 19 10.45
3 JP Morgan 4,776 10 7.44
4 Credit Suisse 4,718 9 7.35
5 Deutsche Bank 4,262 13 6.64

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