Asset-backed securities issuance for the second quarter has increased 158% compared with the first quarter, according to London-based data provider Xtrakter. Overall fixed-income new issuance increased by 80% to a total $1.2 trillion for the same period. ABS accounted for 18% of this figure.
"This data clearly highlights two trends taking place in the capital market: banks are seeking to access new liquidity by undertaking new issuance, and they are seeking to rebalance their books ... with regar
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