Plain-Vanilla Deals May Suffer From Weak Labor Data

Albano, Christine
October 2004
Bond Buyer;10/12/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 31987, p36
Trade Publication
Discusses the possible impact of weaker-than-expected employment data on demand for new issues and upcoming deals in the U.S. bond market during the week beginning October 12, 2004. Less retail participation in generic, plain-vanilla new issues; Weaker non-farm payrolls in September 2004; Low-yields plaguing the market; Sizable deals on the new-issue calendar that will test the market's appetite.


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