Loomis Sayles vice-chairman discusses the US credit markets
MP and chairman of the investment committee at Evercore Pan-Asset says bondholders must reconcile themselves to taking losses in any restructuring plan for Greece and other troubled peripherals
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The SEC and EU have announced tough measures designed to limit the influence of credit ratings on the investment process. Credit magazine talks to the agencies about their efforts to restore their r...
An increase in floating rate issuance may be the start of a prolonged trend, as investors look for protection against possible interest rate hikes
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Investors hoped European leaders would finally provide clarity on their plans to resolve the Eurozone funding crisis at summit meetings in March. But the solutions offered have done little to dispel...
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Profile: Robert McAdie
Participants on a Credit Institute panel debate held in London argued that peripheral funding and inflation are the major challenges for the Eurozone
Inflation could make developed market corporates vulnerable in the coming months, especially those with purely domestic revenues.
March is crunch time for peripheral Europe, but region offers relative value trades, says co-head of European fixed income at BlackRock.
America’s balancing act
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.