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Euro-Denominated Bonds on the Rise Amid Flurry of CEEMEA Issues

Central and Eastern European sovereign bond markets came to life in the second quarter of 2019, a period that saw a sharp rise in traditional US dollar borrowers – and investors – switching into euro notes across the region. The dynamic reflects a tangible recovery in EM debt sales amidst the ECB’s and the Fed’s dovish tilt, but just how long the hunt for yield will prevail is far from clear.

Jul 29, 2019 // 10:05AM

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