This week we cover Petsmart (Ruff!); Mnuchin & Loans; FYI on KYC; March Secondary; LIBOR Anniversary & ABA Recap
This week we cover LIBOR (Extensions and Corporates); Secondary Trends & Primary Stats; Israeli Investors & Loans
This week we cover Delayed Comp Coming; 3Q18 Trading Stats; (LIBOR) Consultational Amendments; KYC; and Shift Date Podcast
This week we cover LIBOR Fallback Consultation & Webcast and U.S. Secondary Loan Trading
This week we cover Trading Stats; LIBOR, Loans & Ops; Blocks & Ops; and New Book
This week we cover LIBOR-OIS and You, Ops-olution!, February Trading, Token Sales and DOL’s Fiduciary Rule
U.S. secondary loan trading volume decreased 7% in February to $52.2 billion. (Noting that January came in at a seven-month high of $56.3 billion). The market has now traded north of $50 billion permonth during four of the previous five months (a seasonally low December broke the trend). And over that period, an average of 465 loans traded each day with volumes totaling in excess of $2.7 billion per day. During February, market breadth (the number of unique loans traded) remained robust at 1,465 loans traded – the fourth consecutive month north of 1,450 loans.
This week we cover Vegas Views, Secondary Reviews and Chronicle & Blockchain & Incrementals, Oh My
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