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August 2019 | Corporate Credit Views
Can a Negative be Positive? In Our View, Yes.
Each month the Fixed Income team releases its take on developments in credit markets and key views within investment grade, high yield and leveraged loans.
Fixed rate products have outperformed floating rate asset classes this year given dovish central bank outlooks. Meanwhile, growth concerns have led high quality portions of various spread sectors to outperform lower quality cohorts and euro-denominated credit has recently outpaced US dollar-denominated counterparts in anticipation of resumed European Central Bank (ECB) asset purchases (see “Notes from the Desk”, below).