The corporate securities market came alive yesterday as issuers took advantage of the stability in Treasuries and retail buyers emerged to scoop up some of the undervalued bonds in the secondary market.

With the much-awaited tightening of monetary policy finally out of the way, a number of corporate treasuries found the primary market ripe for their offerings. Just under $1 billion of straight corporate debt was priced yesterday.

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