Lack of liquidity hits Danish mortgage bonds

Liquidity is stalling on large portions of the financial markets due to the coronavirus.

Investors are on the hunt for larger cash holdings in portfolios, and as several pockets of the credit market are lacking prices, liquid assets are being sold. This is affecting influential mortgage bond offerings.

In just two days, the value of fixed-rate, 30-year 0.5 percent mortgage bonds has fallen from DKK 97.87 to 96.52. 

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