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Will Rising Rates Sink Global Corporate Credit?


  • As the economy reopens, corporate profits should remain robust in certain sectors as increasing operating costs are pushed through to the consumer.
  • We remain constructive on risk assets, although on a selective basis.
  • We believe higher-quality assets offer the best risk/return profile and should remain supported even if there is risk around monetary policy.

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By Brian L. Kloss

The Federal Reserve is in the midst of accelerated tapering and, if market expectations are to be believed, tightening may not be far behind. Some developed market central banks, including the Bank of England, have already

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