Cash-rich European corporates unfazed by 2014 maturity wall


* EUR140bn-worth of corporate bonds due to mature next year * Modest fees likely due to strong corporate cash coffers * Wider financing options also likely to cap bond supply By Josie Cox LONDON, Aug 30 (IFR) - Corporates may be facing their biggest redemption wall in over a decade in 2014, but bankers hoping that a refinancing scramble will result in bumper fees will likely be disappointed as cash reserves should suffice to service ...


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