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Value prospects favor high-yield municipal bonds. Here’s why: .

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We see five areas of opportunity in European high-yield bond markets: 🎙️

High-yield bonds that don’t pay very much? Sounds unwise. But investors are pouring money into what are also known as junk bonds.

High-yield bonds that don’t pay very much? Sounds unwise. But investors are pouring money into what are also known as junk bonds.

While valuations are not cheap, US high-yield assets still look attractive to our Fixed Income CIO Sonal Desai. Read her views on credit markets in light of the latest COVID-19 developments.

The dangers of today’s low-yielding, high-yield market Junk is dangerously over-priced b/c the risk associated with the economy is obscured by low yield expectations.

In this candid Q&A, our high-yield bond and equity portfolio managers describe the value of collaboration – whether over coffee or Zoom.

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Legendary investor Bill Miller says corporate cash could fuel a #Bitcoin  torrent. @michael_saylor  and @jack  blazed the trail. Bitcoin is an ultra high-yield savings account.

Mark Fisher tells me oil indicated to open below $32 a barrel tomorrow - a stunning $9.50 below where it closed on Friday. Sounds like it’s full on bananas in the oil markets... Have to watch high-yield and the banks.

Investors pulled nearly $3.7 billion from the biggest U.S. high-yield bond ETF last week, the second-biggest weekly withdrawal in the fund's history and the most since February.

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Real pain persists in the high-yield bond market, with traders pricing in a groundswell of bankruptcies. An example: Hertz's 2-year borrowing costs were less than 6% in February & are now implied to be 32%, with prices on its notes falling from par to 60 cents on the dollar.

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I'm curious. Why are the real estate arms of the biggest private equity funds soaring today? Is it that the Fed set up a facility to buy high-yield corporate debt?

Nordic high-yield bond funds are blocking withdrawals.

There was an unprecedented one-day withdrawal of $1.57 billion yesterday from the biggest U.S. high-yield bond ETF, $HYG.

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Someone seems to be cashing out of high-yield debt in a big way. The $18 billion U.S. high-yield bond ETF $HYG saw its biggest one day withdrawal ever on Friday, of $1.4 billion. @TheTerminal 

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1/ 111 years ago today, an asteroid or comet exploded over a region of Siberia with the force of a high-yield nuclear weapon. This multi-megaton blast is now called the Tunguska Event.

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