Bank bond spreads to 'reset' with new supply in January

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By David Freitas
16 Dec 2019

Spreads in the financial institutions bond market have tightened as investors pack their bags for the Christmas holiday period, but bankers warn that this does not necessarily reflect how conditions will look in the new year.

European bank bond spreads tightened significantly in trading last week, especially in the additional tier one, non-preferred senior and tier two asset classes.

Spread levels then continued to tighten on Monday, as investors reacted to what they have broadly seen as more certainty over Brexit in the wake ...

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