Editor’s letter



Financial journalists love to be the first to spot a burgeoning trend, so the volatility in the credit markets following General Motors’ profit warning on March 16 came as a godsend. Adding to the turbulence that greeted the launch of Telecom Italia’s 50-year deal, which widened 10 basis points within two days of its launch on March 8, headlines in the mainstream financial press trumpeted the end of the bull run in credit. An outbreak of analysis pieces posed the question: “Is this

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