Pages from Secondary Trading Settlement Monthly - August Executive Summary

Secondary loan trading volume fell 16% in August to a 14-month low of $51.4 billion.  To put that figure in perspective, the last time volumes were below $60 billion was last September.  But it wasn’t just the normal end of summer slowdown.

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