Rates moves points to credit improvement, say BofA strategists

By Dan Alderson

Focus on the rates market and the future direction of central banks has brought jitters back to credit in recent weeks and had a chilling affect on bond total returns. But higher government yields could end up being good for credit, say Bank of America strategists

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