The Bond World's Most Elite Club Isn't What It Used to Be

Credit Agricole concluded that belonging to the bond world’s most elite club -- the firms that trade with the Fed and are obligated to bid at U.S. debt auctions -- wasn’t worth it. Management alerted staff in May that it wouldn’t pursue the credential, according to people with knowledge of the events who requested anonymity to discuss the process. Bloomberg's Eliza Ronalds-Hannon has more on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

The Big Issue: Amazon's $16 Billion Bond Sale
07:59 - OppenheimerFunds' Krishna Memani, Calamos Investments' Matt Freund, and Societe Generale's Subadra Rajappa examine this week's issuance of $16 billion of unsecured bonds by Amazon.com Inc. They speak with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg Real Yield." (Source: Bloomberg)
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