The debate over ultra-long credit

focus: 50-year bonds


In the red corner, Suki Mann argues that despite the weak performance of the first 50-year corporate bond, there are good reasons to issue and buy longer-dated assets

At the time of writing, the development of a 50-year corporate bond market seems to be just about the worst idea the fledgling euro-denominated market has come up with. The credit market has given back three to four months of continual tightening in just three weeks as the tremendous rally has come to an

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