Last week was the week of credit cards, said market players, as the sector squeezed out more than $2 billion, edging credit-card issuance over the 1999 totals for January and February combined.

The buyside was still hawking the shorter maturities, responding to the continued volatility associated with the inverted Treasury curve, one analyst said.

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