Europe's corporate bond market Hope, fear and wonder as a new market opens - In carly 1999, European corporates and bond investors had their honeymoon. By mid-year, they had their first tiffs. The corporates peddled too-aggressive prices; the investors refused to swallow them. Sometimes ambitious underwriters were to blame. This summer's debt deals show that from now on, the relationship needs ...
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