Caffil, Crédit Mutuel Arkéa, Danish Ship Finance, Deutsche Bank, DZ Hyp, mBank, and NordLB are lining up a plethora of unusual and inaugural issuance, as they look to benefit from the European Central Bank’s decision to resume net purchases at higher-than-expected volumes.
Deals issued last week by Deutsche Kreditbank and BPCE showed that the European Central Bank was ready to buy up to 40% of eligible primary transactions, well above the circa 25% that many had expected.
The transactions were very successful, but it is not clear how
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