A blip, not a pattern


The corporate bond markets will do well to repeat this year’s remarkable rally come 2010.

If you are reading this column, the chances are that you’re sitting comfortably at a desk or on the train commuting to your job in investment banking or fund management. Congratulations for hanging on to that job, and a big pat on the back for doing so well in 2009 that you might even get paid that bonus you know you deserve.

After all, credit markets remain on fire with demand for corporate debt quite able

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