Investment grade back on track but levfin feels bumps from Trump

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By Alex Radford, Owen Sanderson
15 May 2019

The looming US-China trade war is stalking European corporate credit markets, though it has not yet made a full-on assault on confidence. Investment grade bond players blamed a quiet start to the week on it, and it seems now to be finally being noticed in high yield land, where opportunistic issues have dried up.

Corporate bond bankers and investors put a quiet start to the week for euro investment grade corporate new issues down to concerns about the trade war. 

There were no deals on Monday and everyone else got out of the way to leave room for Fidelity National Information Services' M&A ...

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