For Underwriters, No News Is Bad News When It Comes to Spreads

Wisniewski, Mary
August 2001
Bond Buyer;8/13/2001, Vol. 337 Issue 31201, p3A
Trade Publication
Focuses on the decline in bond underwriting spreads in the United States. Underwriting spreads in the first six months of 2001; Difference between spreads on negotiated and competitive deals.


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