Banks join corporate bond boom as markets rally

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By Tyler Davies
03 Jun 2020

Banks are taking a greater share of issuance in the bond markets in the middle of the second quarter, with a spread rally opening the way to deals in all currencies and across the capital structure.

Corporates have shown tremendous appetite for new funding during the coronavirus pandemic, coming to the market in record volumes.

High grade companies have printed €210bn of debt in the European market alone so far this year, according to JP Morgan. That is nearly double what they had ...

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