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Bankers are already calling an end to the week for bond issuance after Vodafone’s postponement and geopolitical tensions left US corporate borrowers preferring to wait until after Thanksgiving holidays.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the chief US derivatives regulator, this week proposed a set of rules governing algorithmic trading activity in the US futures markets.
Angel Oak Capital Advisors is making a renewed attempt to sell an unrated US$135m RMBS trade it had to postpone in September.
Banco Hipotecario became the first issuer to test appetite for Argentine risk on Tuesday following a brief bout of euphoria over Mauricio Macri’s victory in the presidential elections on Sunday.
Anthony Peters mulls the breaking of ranks on QE in the ECB.
Saft: The Fed appears afraid to shock the market.
Unless you’re dedicated to the cause, following the bank capital debate is nigh-on impossible.
Private trading forums hold part of the answer to the liquidity problems in Asian debt.
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