Spreads bear the brunt of more swap-driven issuance

  • 04 Jul 2003

After the blizzard of debt that hit the market last week, dealers might have been forgiven for expecting a much lighter session in the new issue sector this week, particularly given today's (Friday's) holiday in the US.

However, at the beginning of the week, there was another flurry of issuance as corporate treasurers ...

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5 UBS 2,241.39 12 5.72%