"IG investors might want to rethink the instrument, but they need not fear rising rates just yet"

By Duncan Sankey, Cheyne

In his latest column for Creditflux, Cheyne's Duncan Sankey writes that the sharp rise in 10-year US treasuries could be positive for investment grade investors, but value is in CDS rather than bonds 

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