Euro secondary quiet
Tuesday 21 February 2017 09:16 London/ 04.16 New York/ 17.16 Tokyo
It was a quiet start to the week across the European securitisation secondary market thanks primarily to the US public holiday.
As a result, little has changed - sentiment remains positive, the demand for paper is still strong and sellers are few and far between as the belief continues that it is not yet the time for extensive profit-taking. Overall, ... showing 60 out of 149 words of this article
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