Unwelcome first for Standard Life bonds

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by David Watts

It appears that history was made in January when Standard Life, a mutually owned UK life insurance company, suspended trading in its sterling- and euro-denominated bonds.To the best of US Credit’s knowledge, trading in a bond has never been suspended before.

The suspension was announced on Monday via the London Stock Exchange’s Regulatory News Service, which simply informed banks:“Standard Life has

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