The covered bond market is gearing up to restart next week, said syndicate bankers, who expect at least two benchmark trades to hit the screens. German and Scandinavian borrowers are tipped as the most likely candidates to take advantage of squeezed secondary levels. But with no end to spread contraction in sight, the urge to wait and watch levels grind tighter could cause some borrowers to hold off.
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