Window market returns but corporates can handle it

By Jon Hay
26 Jun 2013

The lurching volatility in rates, equities and credit spreads as markets get used to the idea that US quantitative easing will have to be withdrawn are making life difficult for corporate bond issuers of all stripes.

No longer can companies come to the market with the briefest of glances at screens in the morning, sure of a successful execution, even if the stockmarket happens to be falling that day. The market is back to the ‘window’ habits of the intense eurozone crisis period in ...

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