Investment grade

Royal Bank of Scotland has again triumphed in the investment-grade sterling liquidity survey, winning more than twice the number of first-place nominations than its nearest rival, Barclays Capital, in the 'all deals' category.

Trading volume over the polling period - the three months running from November to the end of January - was above average for this time of the year, report market participants. That was partly due to stimulation from the primary markets prompting investors to switch assets

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