Toyota has the road to itself as holiday and blackouts stymie dollar market

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By David Rothnie
15 Oct 2020

The dollar market has endured one of its slowest weeks since the onset of the Covid 19 pandemic, with just one corporate borrower coming to the market.

The financing arm of Japanese carmaker Toyota was the lone high-grade issuer in a holiday shortened week when a combination of earnings blackouts and market volatility kept borrowers at bay.

There was no fresh supply on Thursday, when concerns over the spike in Covid 19 cases in Europe rattled ...

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