As the dust settles on a thunderous week in the European corporate bond market that saw enormous order books and fat new premiums squeezed to nothing in one case, investors and bankers united in joy that the market was not just open again, but bursting with vigour. Central banks and governments had saved the day, they argued. Only a few are worrying about another lurch downwards, though this is more than likely.
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