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Leveraged Loans Primary Market Issuance Falls to Zero after Christmas Weekend
The issuance of US leveraged loans fell to zero last week. However, in the previous week, ~$4.9 billion in dollar-denominated senior loans were priced.
Why Leveraged Loan Funds Saw Outflows Last Week
According to S&P Capital IQ Leveraged Commentary & Data, three collateralized loan obligation deals worth $1.4 billion were priced last week.
Why Leveraged Loan Funds Saw Back-to-Back Inflows Last Week
According to data from Lipper, leveraged loan funds saw inflows last week for the second consecutive week. The quantum of inflow was higher and came in at $303 million.
Why Did Leveraged Loans’ Issuance Fall?
The US leveraged loans market saw an allocation of $7.6 billion worth of dollar-denominated senior loans in the week to April 15.
Leveraged Loans Issuance Hit Year-to-Date Record Last Week
The US leveraged loans market saw an allocation of $9.0 billion worth of dollar-denominated senior loans in the week to April 8.