Europe Just Capped Its Biggest Week for Company Bond SalesBy
Companies sell 23 billion euros of bonds on ECB stimulus
Borrowing costs in single currency plummet versus dollar
Corporate bond sales in euros surged to a record this week as borrowers clamored to sell debt made cheap by the European Central Bank’s inclusion of company notes on its quantitative-easing shopping list.
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