Loans market catches World Cup fever

It's June. And so it's time for the loan marketeers to start asking when the summer lull will kick in. In the last two years the answer has been a depressing: "Very soon" or "it's already begun”. This time the jury's still out. A couple of Russian deals have come to market only in the last week suggesting, some reckon, there's still at least another six weeks before the slowdown starts.

  • 04 Jun 2010

But this year not everyone will be too upset if summer comes early, what with the World Cup starting on Friday. Who wants to bother with work during those four weeks?

Indeed, the loan market has already made plans to celebrate. Tonto and Silver hear that BarCap is ...

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