Corporate Debt
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While the Federal Reserve is unlikely to raise interest rates significantly this year in light of high US unemployment and subdued inflation, the long-running rally in the corporate bond market could come to a screeching halt as soon as the Federal Open Market Commit...
The high-yield bond market had its best year ever in 2009, with an overall return of 55% that beat most other major asset classes. However, analysts expect the market to return to a more normal performance in 2010. High-Yield Market To Come Down To Earth ...
Investors will continue to seek higher returns than will be available on treasury notes and bonds in 2010, providing good demand for corporate debt as the US credit markets return to normal, analysts say. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS — CORPORATE DEBT HUNT F...
Corporate bond issuance worldwide passed the $2.5 trillion milestone for the year to date in October, and credit quality improved, as the record rally in the credit markets rolled along. Credit Market Recovery Stays Alive By Gordon Platt Corporate bo...
Companies rushing to refinance bank loans borrowed more than $24 billion in the high-yield debt market in the United States in May, the most since November 2006, according to Montpelier, Vermont-based KDP Investment Advisors. Corporate Debt BY GORDON...
Companies in the US and Europe are bypassing bank loans and issuing large amounts of debt, which is being readily purchased by investors seeking higher returns than are available on government bonds. BIG SUPPLY OF DEBT FINDS EAGER BUYERS Companies in the US an...
World Bank Urges Asia To Develop Bond Markets East Asian banking systems have revived since the 1997 financial crisis, but the region needs to develop its bond markets to provide a market price for risk, according to a report by the World Bank. “While pr...
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