Wells Fargo has increased its forecast for issuance of U.S. collateralized loan obligations, largely based on expectations that banks will continue to be able to invest in these deals.

The bank now expects to see between $80 billion and $90 billion of issuance, according to a report published Tuesday. A previous forecast, published in early December, called for issuance of $60 billion.

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