European HY Gets Down and (a little) Dirty

Iyer-Ahrestani, Savita
May 2011
High Yield Report;5/2/2011, Vol. 22 Issue 18, p24
This article looks at trends in the high-yield market in Europe in 2011. It highlights an increase in the number of bond deals for triple-C-rated issuers. It also observes the awareness of the loosening of bond covenants among investors. In addition, the article assesses the demand for some high-yield bond deals in the region.


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