This year high-yield investors will have to weather not only the winding up of quantitative easing but additional political challenges
Leveraged loans have performed well recently but regulators are expressing concerns about risks
The peculiarity of bank debt is that it can be issued by institutions with strong balance sheets
The positive global economic outlook brings possibilities for investors in high-yield and credit
Watchdog says auditors face ‘significantly stronger requirements’
Coverage ratio down by four percentage points in third quarter, consultancy reports [updated]
Outside the realm of US public pension plans, where generous return assumptions and inflated discount rates are common, the medium and long-term outlook for asset classes is of serious importance to most pension funds.
Anyone who back in 2008 had accurately predicted what monetary policy would look like today would certainly have been regarded as unhinged.
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