Rexel trades spark demands for greater clarity over free-to-trade dates from secondary traders

  • 08 Apr 2005

Secondary market traders are calling for greater clarity over the issue of when deals are free to trade, after trades were made this week in the loan supporting the buy-out of French electrical retailer Rexel, before it was officially released.

In the European market the ...

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