CP buyers push out in dollars as inflation fears start to recede

  • 25 May 2007
CP dealers noted greater demand in the longer term maturities for dollar paper as investors moved along the curve to get more yield. Asian investors in particular were buying large clips of longer term dollars. However, overall volumes were down on last week in all the big currencies ...

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