Issuers are waiting for some better news out of Greece before deciding whether to press on with transactions, despite most receiving strong interest during roadshows. After selling in the secondary market on Thursday, sovereign spreads on Friday tightened on rumours of an aid package for Greece. But with market sentiment yo-yoing from one day to the next, any window for issuance before the summer lull is likely to be narrow, and perhaps too risky for first time euro borrowers such as ANZ Bank.
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