0423_LSTA Secondary Trading Settlement Monthly

LSTA Secondary loan trading volume dropped 26% to just $58B in April, after rising to a 10-month high $78B in March.  Driving April volumes lower was a substantial fall-off in market breadth, where the number of distinct loans traded fell to 1,428, after averaging north of 1,500 loans across the first quarter.

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