The US has been buoyed by quantitative easing, with some investors now signalling a tailing off in the bond market as the programme ends. But opportunities remain in the US bond market, and investors should be looking to corporate credit for some of the best openings.
In part one of a two-part interview with Credit, Dan Fuss, veteran investor and vice-chairman of Boston-based asset manager Loomis Sayles, outlines his big-picture view for the US economy.
Click here for part two – the impact of the
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