All eyes are on the Greek vote this Wednesday and the start of the new quarter on Friday. Until then, the primary market is likely to be quiet. Aside from those issuers that have already mandated, there are rumours that two or three German borrowers are lining up to do dollar denominated benchmarks. The secondary market has seen some flow, and after recent heavy selling, interest has been more two way with some clients tentatively picking up cheap peripheral bonds and others tempted to pick up long dated core paper yielding over 4%.
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