January sales draw huge orders
More than $30bn of dollar high grade bonds were printed in the US in the first four working days of 2020 as the year got off to a scorching start.
There were snow flurries in New York but the market was red-hot as more than 20 borrowers shrugged off fears over escalating tensions in the Middle East with a volley of trades. “The high grade credit market is firing on all cylinders, with an incredibly strong technical backdrop,” ...
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