Issuers make the most of it before US market draws breath
While the start of this week carried on where the US corporate bond market had left off after a busier than usual August, it could not continue that momentum. As bankers headed for the Labour Day break ahead of what is expected to be a very busy September, things tailed off.
Issuance for the week is not expected to top more than about $5bn compare that with closer to $24bn last week and $29bn the week before.
Those that did come to the market in the early part of the week, however, took advantage of strong investor demand but
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