Euro market holds breath ahead of corporate frenzy

30 Aug 2001

The euro primary market is set to catch fire in September, with investors and borrowers returning from their summer holidays facing a frenzy of primary market activity, which, according to debt capital markets officials, could see over Eu25bn of corporate issuance hit the market.

As the quietest month of the year so far for euro corporate issuance draws to a close, many borrowers, both old and new, are readying offerings to take advantage of the absolute low yields available. And investors are likely to be encouraged to participate by the performance of corporate ...

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