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Volume in September stays strong.
-10/08- The volume of private placements during September was in line with the solid month of August, with Domestic issues dominant. The PPM tally for September was $4,299mm (43 issues from 21 issuers) vs August with $4,048mm (34 issues from 14 issuers) and July with $1,625mm (15 issues from 9 issuers).
The breakdown for Domestic and Cross-border was: $1,260mm (10 issues from 6 issuers) of Cross-Border in
September vs $740mm (6 issues from 3 issuers) of Cross-Border in August vs $1,255mm (11 issues from 6 issuers) of Cross-Border in July; and $3,039mm (33 issues from 15 issuers) of Domestic issues in September vs $3,308mm (28 issues from 11 issuers) of Domestic issues in August vs $370mm (4 issues from 3 issuers) of Domestic issues in July.
YTD we stand at $32,452mm vs $45,559mm for the same period of 2012. Looking to year-end, we can safely assume that another $10bln will be added, giving us a solid year with some $40bln done.
The Private Placement Monitor and Private Placement Week both contain monthly market data analysis. This includes Volume Updates, which compare that month's volume of deals done to the previous two months. In addition the update breaks down the volume into Domestic and Cross-Border Transactions, and number of issues and issuers for each. Each update ends with a year-to-date summary and year-over-year comparison.
Below is a sample Volume Update from a previous newsletter: