High yield

After narrowly missing out on the overall top spot in last quarter's euro high-yield secondary market liquidity survey, JPMorgan has regained its dominance this time around, taking both number one positions comfortably.

The bank's head of European credit trading, Guy America, says that although single-name volatility was very high in both the high-yield and high-grade markets, "the high-yield market overall did actually have a strong start this year whereas the high-grade market didn't change

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