©Reuters. Companies reduce debt issuance to the market by 31% at the beginning of the year
Madrid, March 12 (.).- The market of the Association of Financial Asset Intermediaries (AIAF) of private fixed income admitted to trading in the first two months of this year issues for an amount of 19,678 million euros, 31% less compared to the same period of 2021, when it accepted new titles for an amount of 28,518.59 million.
According to data from that market, integrated in Bolsas y Mercados Españoles (MC:), most of the new titles admitted were bonds and obligations, 11,524 million euros, somewhat less than half of the 23,823 million of the first two months of last year.
In the entire year of 2021 there had already been a decrease in corporate debt admitted to trading in AIAF, 5.08%, since it went from 119,183 million in 2020 to 113,124 million last year.
Among other data from this market, the 4.33% decrease in the outstanding balance of private debt stands out, which stood at 452,975 million euros in February (in the same month last year it amounted to 473,502 million).
In addition, in the first two months of this year, the amount of financing obtained (difference between the redemption of issues and the new ones made) showed a negative balance of 6,369 million.
In the Alternative Fixed Income Market (MARF) issues amounting to 1,925 million euros had been registered in the first two months of the year.
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