Sovereigns slowing down, corporate ECP in short supply

  • 22 May 2008

Sovereign borrowers were less active in the ECP market this week, while there remains a lack of corporate paper to meet buyer demand.

Most market participants believe that most sovereigns at this point have sufficient funding.

"The sovereigns have been relatively quiet because they’re all pretty full up on their ...

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