Brighter start for credit in 2023 as investors return with bid for risk

By Dan Alderson

Credit markets have opened the year on a positive footing, with Europe particularly buoyant as investors lift CDS hedges they placed at the end of 2022 and some bonds receive enthusiastic bids in the secondary market

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TAGS: Asia CDS Europe High yield bonds Investment grade credit Secondary market North America Synthetic/SRT