- Even as it recently upped its forecast for long-term Treasury yields, Barclays is constructive on corporate paper as "credit fundamentals in aggregate have remained largely intact." The team of Meli and Rogoff note interest coverage is at record-high levels.
- Recognizing the risk from Fed "policy normalization," the team still expects modest returns for the rest of the year from spread tightening.
- Barclays' 3.75% 10-year Treasury call last week.
- Corporate bond ETFs: LQD, CBND, CORP, FLTR, FLRN, ITR, LWC, SCPB, VCIT, VCLT, VCSH, IGU, IGS, CSJ, QLTA, QLTB, BSCI, BSCJ, BSCK, BSCL, BSCM.
Spread tightening could boost corporate debt
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