Euro market flips as duration investors migrate shorter

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By Lewis McLellan
12 Jan 2017

A seismic shift has affected appetite in euro borrowing. Investors driven out to outlandish maturities by low rates have come flooding back to the belly of the curve.

The euro market has kept a ferocious pace in 2017 with 13 deals hitting screens since January 3. But despite what are clearly healthy conditions, not all deals have gone entirely smoothly. In stark contrast to 2016, appetite is clustered around the five to seven year range.


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