Lenders sell FT to make room for popular Suez transaction

  • 21 Oct 2005

Trading volumes of France Télécom's paper shot up this week as many accounts sold out of the name to make room for Suez which became free to trade. Trades for FT went through the market between 99 and 99.20.

"Lenders are preferring to buy credit ...

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