Banks take care around issuance windows as blackouts weigh on supply

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By David Freitas
23 Oct 2019

Banks could ramp up the supply of new bond deals towards the beginning of November, according to FIG DCM officials, after taking a slower and more cautious approach to the market in recent weeks.

October is usually a quieter month in the primary market, as many financial institutions remain sidelined by blackout periods ahead of reporting their third quarter earnings.

But recent fluctuations in investor sentiment have meant that the issuers still in place to raise funding have also had to choose their ...

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