US High Grade: Bond Issuance Frenzy May Not Last Long
The US high-grade bond markets may have ended the week on a euphoric high clocking over $65bln in volume making it the third busiest on record, but this frenzy of debt issuance is unlikely to last beyond a few months, said strategists and bankers.
The GBP Week - Bias is Neutral-to-Bearish
A look at our dashboard shows BOE H1 rate cut probability up to 63%, a series high following dovish comments from MPCers - Carney, Tenreyro and Vlieghe - in the last week.
European FIG Snapshot: Huge Supply Underpinned by Massive Demand
While a rush to lock in funding during the early part of January is nothing new, the sheer scale and pace of this year's scramble to do so has taken many by surprise.
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