This week, EGB primary market activity is likely to diminish compared to last week, with Italy, Germany and the Netherlands expected to sell EUR 19bn of bonds. Issuance activity will be scattered across maturities and will involve both nominal and inflation-linked securities. Redemptions from France (OAT May21) will amount to EUR 20bn, while coupons from France, Austria and Italy will amount to EUR 8bn. Hence, net supply will probably be slightly negative.
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