Credit traders' kickstand: nervous equilibrium gives way to weakness as earnings and tariffs weigh

By Dan Alderson

Healthy fund inflows, European and US holidays, and a thinning primary market helped sustain credit spreads this week, but a weaker turn today shows this is a fragile equilibrium and company earnings misses are starting to be punished more severely

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