Corporates still shy of nailing excess demand

Some corporate borrowers returned to the European commercial paper market this week but bankers still bemoaned the lack of issuers taking advantage of surplus demand.

  • 22 Jan 2010

"There’s still a lot of excess demand for corporates," said one dealer. "The A1/P1 corporate names can get less 20bp or less 30bp."

The commercial paper from corporate borrowers that have issued has been snapped up. "We had Eneco in for the first time in a while," said one ...

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