Capital Markets Weekly: Markets shrug off Iranian risks and raise a lot of money
During the first main week of trading in 2020, bond market supply has been highly-active. Despite Iran-related regional instability, Israel raised a record USD3 billion sale attracting USD20 billion of demand, while in Europe, Ireland, Slovenia and Portugal have all issued successfully. Our Senior Economic and Financial Consultant, Brian Lawson, provides insights into the latest deals and how economic conditions may affect markets.
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