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The EUR-denominated IG corporate bond market has successfully navigated its way through regular bouts of broader market volatility this year. However, despite suggestions that some valuations are beginning to look overstretched, proprietary analysis produced by Informa Financial Intelligence (IFI) shows that issuers are still firmly in the driving seat when it comes to pricing power.This provides an encouraging back drop for other companies planning to visit the market moving forward, although they may not want to sit on their hands too long. See the full PDF version of the report here.

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