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  • Investors seek oasis as new issues dry up

    US loan issuance has fallen dramatically this year, but many thirsty investors found liquidity in the secondary market or took advantage of plentiful high yield issuance in a record quarter for bonds

    23 days ago
  • Fund performance

    A round-up of fund performance

    2 months ago
  • High yield bonds regain lost ground

    The US high yield bond market experienced its biggest quarter since Q4 2017, with volumes and returns rising as borrowers plumped for secured bonds and the Fed turned dovish on rates

    3 months ago
  • Retail fund pain is a CLO manager’s gain
    Retail funds dumped loans in record volumes late in 2018, creating ideal conditions for CLOs to capitalise with performing credits available in the mid-90s for the first time in years

    6 months ago
  • Loan volumes fall in Europe but rise in US
    European CLO managers seem to be eating into the loan market with more appetite than their, US counterparts, who are perhaps spoiled for choice. But background risks lurk in both markets

    8 months ago
  • Loan market finds balance as spreads edge wider
    New issue volumes were robust in July with relatively few loan refinancings getting done. Loan portfolio managers say the loan market is finally balanced, having been in favour of borrowers

    11 months ago
  • Consumer lending: questions pile up for debt collectors
    Cabot’s failed IPO has hit bonds across the debt collection sector – and made investors much more cautious. By Euan Hagger

    1 year ago

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