Credit hits new tights as US covid treatment fuels hope
Credit markets are starting the week on a strong tone much as they traded on Friday, as optimism for a US approved coronavirus treatment and the Federal Reserve's Jackson Hole virtual meeting on Thursday outweighed concern about rising European covid-19 cases
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