‘Final flurry’ in FIG as bankers predict early end to primary activity

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By Tyler Davies
21 Nov 2019

Financial institutions bond bankers expect that new deal flow will come to a standstill in the primary market at the end of next week, as investors close the lid on an agreeable year for returns.

Activity in the primary market had already begun to slow down in the closing stages of this week, with no banks selling unsecured debt in euros on Thursday.

Market conditions have soured a little in the last few trading sessions, on the back of renewed concerns about the ...

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