The European ABS Market – A Week In Review (May 27 – June 4)

The tightening in the financials sector observed throughout April has continued into the start of June. The stabilization of major names in this sector shows investor optimism despite General Motors filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

  • 04 Jun 2009

Philippe Pagnotta, ABS Analyst at Markit

Financials And The Economy:

The tightening in the financials sector observed throughout April has continued into the start of June. The stabilization of major names in this sector shows investor optimism despite General Motors filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. HSBC and J.P. Morgan are ...

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