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Spreadbites ‒ Credit colour from last week’s Global Markets Conference in Paris

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SUMMARY
  • Investors were generally positive and not bearish, with a focus on thin spreads compensated by yields and strong credit quality
  • High grade bond demand remained strong, with ongoing retail interest and no weakening in institutional demand reported
  • Hedge fund investors in high yield were cautious, focusing on avoiding losers and uncertainty around creditor outcomes

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