The Dutch RMBS Market – A Week In Review By Markit

10 Oct 2007

A more positive tone was evident in the credit markets last week. In the US, non-farm payrolls data indicated that 110,000 new jobs were created in September. In Europe, as was largely expected, both the European Central Bank and the Bank of England left their rates unchanged at 4% and 5.75% respectively.

Philippe Pagnotta, ABS Analyst at Markit

A more positive tone was evident in the credit markets last week. In the US, non-farm payrolls data indicated that 110,000 new jobs were created in September. In Europe, as was largely expected, both the European Central Bank and the Bank of England ...

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