Corporates roar but prospect of beating 2009 record distant

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By Mike Turner
01 Apr 2020

The primary corporate bond market in Europe threw up another blistering day on Wednesday, with seven issuers on screens by mid-morning, bringing the number of deals so far this week to 18, though bond syndicate desks are hesitant to compare this crisis market with the record-breaking issuance in 2009.

Investors again have a range of sectors and countries to pick from on Wednesday, with the suffering representatives of the airline and oil sectors, defensive utilities and non-European issuers all vying for attention.

Despite the busy week, syndicate bankers are wary of drawing a direct comparison with the 2009 ...

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