Euro fixed income: EGB supply/demand dynamics to improve in H2-21

EMU-10 EGB net issuance, net of ECB QE purchases, is likely to be negative in H2 this year for three main reasons: 1) front loading of sovereign debt supply in H1, 2) roughly 60% of yearly bond redemptions still to come, and 3) ECB QE purchases to remain steadily high. 

The supranational debt market will keep growing remarkably, driven by NGEU EU funding, following SURE bond issues in H1, with the ECB likely to keep playing a supportive role in this segment, too.

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