SPA newswire

The year got off to a roaring start, with 251 deals worth around $3 billion taking place in the US market in January. Here the Structured Products Association focuses on the major news to come out of the North American markets

SPA (New York) - The new year in structured products is off to a strong start according to preliminary data provided to the Structured Products Association (SPA) by Prospect News. The firm reported its latest estimates of January deals to be nearly $3 billion with 251 deals as of the end of January 2007. Morgan Stanley and Barclays were neck and neck for the top spot this month, with $623 million and $608 million, respectively. JP Morgan's share of the overall market was 21.9%, while Barclays

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