Fed’s repo remedy and rate cut leave US corporate bond market perky

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By David Rothnie
19 Sep 2019

The US corporate bond market shrugged off two market interventions by the Federal Reserve this week — an emergency funding injection and an arguably underwhelming rate cut — as supply picked up on Thursday with trades from Wal-Mart and Volkswagen.


Retailer Wal-Mart, rated Aa2/AA, brought a $1.5bn deal on Thursday via Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays and Citigroup. They tightened pricing by 15bp to launch a $500m 10 year at 60bp over Treasuries and a $1bn 30 year at 80bp. 

German carmaker Volkswagen was in the market with ...

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