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Take Notes: U.S. Structured Finance Issuance Volume Picks Up The Pace

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Listen: Take Notes: U.S. Structured Finance Issuance Volume Picks Up The Pace

Our hosts Tom Schopflocher and James Manzi give an update on U.S. structured finance issuance. Issuance returned to form in September, reaching $54 billion, the highest monthly total so far in the year. While 2020 year-to-date issuance is still down 21% year over year, it looks like the annual total will eclipse our revised midyear forecast.

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