European corporate bonds on fire with Eu13bn of hits
A Eu13bn blaze of deals lit up the European corporate bond market this week, delighting investors and bonds bankers, who in the last few years have become more used to the market producing a weak flicker of activity.
The month of May is expected to be unusually busy, as issuers strive to bring deals before the football World Cup begins on June 9 in Germany.
But despite the crush of deals, market consensus was that all the issues — including landmark transactions from GE Capital, Bouygues, Residential
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