NIPs and supply to rise in tandem after barren week for FIG issuance

By Tyler Davies
26 Oct 2017

Bankers expect financial institutions will be set on returning to the capital markets after a particularly dry week for issuance this week, but syndicate officials may need to bump up the premiums they are offering if they want to attract healthy demand for new deals.

Market participants said it was a quiet week for obvious reasons.

Many European banks have been in blackout periods ahead of reporting their third quarter results, and those that were free to issue will have been mindful of the fact that the European Central Bank (ECB) was holding ...

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