Credit Rendezvous: record fiscal stimulus provides pick-me-up

By Dan Alderson, Charlie Dinning, Michelle D'souza, Sayed Kadiri & Hugh Minch

Credit markets had a mini bounce-back in the second quarter as central banks poured cash into the economy. But there is great uncertainty about the effects of a second wave of coronavirus. As part of our quarterly report on credit - the Credit Rendezvous - Creditflux spoke to experts across 12 segments of the credit market

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