Wells Fargo has increased its forecast for issuance of collateralized loan obligations, once again, to $125 billion for full-year 2014.

In a fourth-quarter outlook published this week, the bank said it expected issuance would continue to be robust through the end of the year. August was unusually busy, as CLO managers took advantage of the selloff in leveraged loans by mutual funds to acquire collateral for new deals on the cheap.

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