U.S. Secondary Trading Quiet As Summer Closes

Secondary market trading in U.S. structured products has been relatively quiet, a reflection of the summertime lull and current market conditions.

  • 28 Aug 2008

--Leela Parker

Secondary market trading in U.S. structured products has been relatively quiet, a reflection of the summertime lull and current market conditions. Senior-rated notes continue to trade actively, while investors are still wary of riskier paper.

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