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As volatility spiked to multi-year highs in the secondary loan market in May, LSTA secondary trading volume surged 21% to $79.6, the second busiest month…
According to the LSTA’s Ted Basta, “April secondary loan trading activity fell 16% to “just” $65.6B, after averaging a near-record $77.4B during the first three…
The LSTA presents the results of the first quarter Secondary Trading & Settlement Study.
Following January’s flurry of secondary trading activity in the loan market (volumes spiked 48% to $76B), February volume increased another 3% to $78.1B
January witnessed a flurry of secondary loan trading activity as volumes surged 48% to $76B, according to the LSTA’s Ted Basta.
Despite several COVID-induced fits and starts during 4Q21, the secondary loan trading market finished the year on very solid footing.
The LSTA presents the results of the fourth quarter Secondary Trading & Settlement Study.
The LSTA presents the results of the third quarter Secondary Trading & Settlement Study and discuss key trends and analysis that will shape the direction…
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June 8, 2023 - As the first half of 2023 comes to a close, the LSTA is delighted to report that the ESG Integrated Disclosure…
June 8, 2023 - With USD LIBOR only having 20-odd days to live, LSTA members have several questions about what must be done. Below, we…
According to the LSTA’s Hugo Pereira, “Loans traded off in May for the third time in the last four months, sending returns to -0.18%.”
According to the LSTA’s Hugo Pereira, “Loans traded off in May for the third time in the last four months, sending returns to -0.18%.”.
After rallying in April, the US secondary loan market retreated in May, as the Morningstar LSTA US Leveraged Loan Index lost 0.18%, its worst performance…
The LSTA recommends treating Monday, June 19, 2023, as a loan market holiday.
This week we cover LIBOR's Last Month! Trading Stat(s)! ESG & CLOs; Lessons from LSTA/LMA Confab.