US bonds eye big September after UST rally

By David Rothnie
28 Aug 2014

The US corporate bond market is set to bound out of bed after its summer slumber next week, as merger and acquisition financings and a slew of deals from opportunistic borrowers stuff what is expected to be a bumper month of issuance.

After high grade supply slumped to a six year low in August, bankers predicted that about $90bn of deals would hit the tape in September. However, none were printed this week, as bankers focused on this coming Monday’s Labor Day holiday.

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