Credit traders’ kickstand: weaker mood, but primary drive strengthens

By Dan Alderson

The primary market for high yield bonds is open again, after a pause around the US holiday on Monday, with issues in Europe today from the likes of SIlgan and Catalent striking a bullish tone and setting the scene for an expected flurry of deals next week. But this comes as credit generally weakens, with concerns about the spread and reappraisal of coronavirus cases causing spreads to push back from their recent tights

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TAGS: CDS Europe High yield bonds Credit derivatives North America