MTN MARKET COMMENTARY

  • 04 Mar 2005

Constant maturity swap deals again took centre stage in the EuroMTN market this week, although bankers continue to wonder for how long investors will be happy to digest the structure on what are increasingly aggressive terms.

Yesterday (Thursday) three large deals were being marketed, by ...

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