A-bracket corporates hit Europe’s bond market

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By Mike Turner
07 Apr 2021

Europe’s high grade corporate bond market was populated with well rated issuers on Wednesday, as triple-B borrowers took a cautious approach and stayed away after the Easter weekend.

Dutch energy distribution company Enexis and German state train operator Deutsche Bahn launched euro bonds.

“It’s a good time for low beta, very safe names to come to the market,” said a syndicate banker on one of the trades. “Spreads have widened a bit, so investors get a few ...

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