High yield

JPMorgan complemented its success in the second quarter's investment-grade survey by taking pole position in high-yield secondary market liquidity for the first time.

Although dollar high-yield assets have since experienced some weakness, non-investment-grade securities were the star performers of the bond market prior to the Fed meeting on May 10. Lower-quality issues have been the best performers within the sector, as investors showed tolerance for risk amid strong credit quality conditions

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