Peripheral sovereigns ready for end of year printing party

Buoyant demand for peripheral European paper is expected to allow the region's sovereigns to print at ultra low levels later this week, despite potentially destabilising political developments. The latest European Central Bank rate cut, along with slow but steady progress towards economic rehabilitation, is expected to keep demand strong for issuers into the new year.

  • By Tessa Wilkie
  • 27 Nov 2013

Political wobbles in Italy and Portugal failed to dent sentiment for those credits this week, with both trading in line with the market.

Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia party withdrew its support for the ruling coalition but the government still has enough backing to operate. ...

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