The volume of new-issue CLOs in July nearly fell by nearly half from June’s output. But the $7.9 billion of collateralized loan obligations printed were still enough to keep the year-to-date volume at a level nearly double last year’s full-year total.

According to Thomson Reuters LPC’s,, year-to-date CLO volume has moved past $60 billion, an 89% surge over the same period a year ago. That volume does not include refinance and resets, which added up to $11 billion through 25 deals, and now total $111 billion in the first seven months of the year.

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