Euro FIG market set for ‘slower start than normal’

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By Tyler Davies
02 Jan 2020

Financial institutions could take longer than usual to return to the euro bond market at the start of 2020, with the early issuance window having been broken up by the holiday period.

There was little in the way of new movement in the market on Thursday, as bankers and investors returned to their desks following the Christmas and New Year break.

Financial institutions will tend to move very quickly in January, which is often the busiest month for new ...

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