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Eurizon – Webinar – High Yield Bonds

🕔10:30, 9.Apr 2020

Webinar – High Yield Bonds High Yield Bonds – “Sorting the wheat from the chaff” During the global financial crisis in 2008 liquidity was directed to support the financial system. With the COVID-19 virus this liquidity is directed to support

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Global Market Outlook – Q2 update

Global Market Outlook – Q2 update

🕔08:28, 30.Mar 2020

Cycle, Further, Interrupted. The COVID-19 virus has stalled the mini-cycle rebound and made a global recession likely. While the duration of the virus pandemic is unpredictable, policy stimulus, pent-up demand and a lack of major imbalances argue for a solid

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ECB commits to COVID19 support

ECB commits to COVID19 support

🕔16:18, 27.Mar 2020

Time for a rethink

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High-Yield Bonds: Analyzing the Risk and Return Tradeoff When Rates are Negative

High-Yield Bonds: Analyzing the Risk and Return Tradeoff When Rates are Negative

🕔15:53, 20.Mar 2020

Qontigo Applied Research White Paper In a world where some investors pay the government for the privilege of lending it money—and where even fixed income securities with the lowest investment-grade credit ratings yield barely more than 1% per annum—the “hunt

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DPAM – Webinar – Global Fixed Income markets update

🕔11:00, 20.Mar 2020

Webinar – Global Fixed Income markets update The ECB surprised markets this morning by announcing an emergency EUR 750 billion lifeline to mitigate the COVID19’s economic repercussions and support the European economy. Though sizeable, investors are left to wonder whether

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USD Fixed Income looks attractive from a carry perspective

USD Fixed Income looks attractive from a carry perspective

🕔07:44, 18.Mar 2020

Update: Yield-Duration Heatmap – 09/03/20 vs. 02/03/20

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Fixed Income Monthly

Fixed Income Monthly

🕔07:43, 16.Mar 2020

Monthly Review Sovereign bond yields reached record lows as the outbreak of the coronavirus in Europe initiated a large sell-off globally. 10-year US Treasury yields posted another big monthly decline and outperformed other markets, driven by safe haven demand. German Bund and UK

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Clear differentiation indispensable

Clear differentiation indispensable

🕔16:00, 5.Mar 2020

High-yield market remains supported by favourable capital market environment The market for EUR bonds from non-financial companies with speculative rating has been growing steadily in recent years. The expansive monetary policy of the ECB has strongly contributed to this, causing

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Modestly constructive amid accommodative policies and signs of stabilisation

Modestly constructive amid accommodative policies and signs of stabilisation

🕔16:02, 28.Feb 2020

Quarterly macro and market insights Our macro outlook for 2020 is modestly constructive. Recent clarity around certain geopolitical risks has been helpful. Specifically, progress in the initial phase of a US-China trade deal and a decisive result in the December

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Rising risk aversion, falling bond yields

Rising risk aversion, falling bond yields

🕔15:01, 26.Feb 2020

In Credit –  24 FEBRUARY 2020 Macro / government bonds Core bond yields continue to drift lower in a ‘bull flattening’ amid fears about the spread of the COVIC-19 coronavirus outside of China and most recently in Italy and Korea.

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Bank Loans: Strategic Allocation

Bank Loans: Strategic Allocation

🕔17:16, 24.Feb 2020

Investable bank loans are floating-rate loans made to speculative-grade issuers that theoretically constitute a safer alternative to high yield bonds. Because bank loans pay a floating interest rate, they provide a hedge against rising short- term interest rates. In addition

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Superior yield in a dislocated world

Superior yield in a dislocated world

🕔12:48, 21.Feb 2020

Cocos in 2020  In our view, growth appears to have reached an inflection point and is showing signs of a stabilisation, central bank policy remains extremely accommodative and recessionary risks are abating. However, we also see a world where corporate

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2020 – Will the economy survive the politics?

2020 – Will the economy survive the politics?

🕔10:59, 20.Feb 2020

In this issue New year, new decade, we’re off to the races. None of the doom-and-gloom predictions materialized in 2019. Trade tensions did not spiral into out-of-control trade wars, new tariffs did not have a major macroeconomic impact, the US

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Strong Technicals Could Drive Leveraged Finance Rally

Strong Technicals Could Drive Leveraged Finance Rally

🕔11:35, 30.Jan 2020

Leveraged Finance Asset Allocation Insights Spreads on high yield bonds, bank loans, and CLO debt tranches continued to tighten throughout the first few weeks of January amid a backdrop of consistently positive macroeconomic data, a signed Phase One US-China trade agreement,

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Give me income….any income.

Give me income….any income.

🕔12:39, 28.Jan 2020

Give me income….any income. Macro/government bondsConcernsaboutthe spread of a deadly coronavirus from China has amplified market risk aversion in the last couple of weeks. Notably, Asian markets are weaker as is the price of oil. This has provided support for

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All quiet on the UK high street.

All quiet on the UK high street.

🕔15:07, 22.Jan 2020

In Credit

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Low Economic Volatility May Continue Supporting Credit

Low Economic Volatility May Continue Supporting Credit

🕔07:56, 21.Jan 2020

Weekly view from the desk Although some regarded last week’s U.S. non-farm payroll report as disappointing, we regarded it as a solid indicator of what the U.S. economy needs to maintain its trend-like growth. Last year’s monthly payroll average of

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2020 outlook: on a wing and a prayer

2020 outlook: on a wing and a prayer

🕔16:54, 20.Jan 2020

The Big Picture 2019 has been a good year with strong returns on a broad range of assets. The global economy has decelerated but we hope policy easing will stabilise things during 2020 (the wing and a prayer). Our favoured

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Supply begets demand

Supply begets demand

🕔14:59, 16.Jan 2020

In Credit 13 JANUARY 2020 Macro / government bonds The rise (and subsequent fall) in tensions and combative rhetoric in the Middle East has been the key driver for ‘risk ‘free’ assets such as core government bonds. All in all, bonds

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Will the Reflation Theme Continue in 2020?

Will the Reflation Theme Continue in 2020?

🕔17:24, 13.Jan 2020

KEY INSIGHTS ■ Economic rebound still fragile as hard data continues to be soft. ■ Dispersion in performance of credit markets likely to continue. ■ Environment for emerging market countries supportive, but headline risks remain.

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Rising Dispersion Creates Opportunities in Loans and High Yield

Rising Dispersion Creates Opportunities in Loans and High Yield

🕔11:27, 13.Dec 2019

While bank-loan total returns continue to trail those of high yield by a significant margin year to date, the asset class outperformed high-yield bonds in November amid a backdrop of higher Treasury rates and slowing retail outflows. Less susceptible to

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Slowdown in the subcontinent

Slowdown in the subcontinent

🕔13:50, 7.Dec 2019

In Credit 2 DECEMBER 2019  The Thanksgiving holiday meant it was a shorter and quieter week in core bond markets with little discernible direction. It was also a light week for data releases or political developments. In the US, the Chicago

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European relative yield

European relative yield

🕔07:45, 28.Nov 2019

European high yield spreads are still above their long-term tights, but that doesn’t take quality into account. Are fundamentals robust enough to justify taking more risks?

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High yield in a broad perspective

High yield in a broad perspective

🕔09:32, 27.Nov 2019

The size of the fixed-income investment markets has grown considerably over the past decade. Existing investment classes have grown significantly, but also new fixed-income asset classes have become available to investors. The accommodative policy of central banks with low interest

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Gunpowder, treason & plot.

Gunpowder, treason & plot.

🕔18:11, 7.Nov 2019

Macro / government bonds We got the first reading of US GDP for Q3 last week. The economy is actually growing stronger than expected at 1.9% q/q annualised (exp 1.6% / 2.0% in Q2). It remains propped up by a

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