CP fails to keep up pace, spreads confused

  • 16 Jan 2009

Trading volumes in the European commercial paper market this week fell considerably on last week, although outstanding volume is still up on last year’s close.

By the close of business yesterday (Thursday), $84.7bn equivalent had been traded, according to Dealogic data, compared with $116.6bn for the same period last ...

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