Some Debt Investors Struggle With Illiquid Bond MarketsMark Melin
Illiquid bond markets have been derided by certain market participants for some time now, with an increase volatility and “flash events” being a particular concern. Now this lack liquidity could lead to the “worst quarter in history” for bond funds, according to one market participant.
Liquidity is thin in debt markets, notes Loomis Sayles executive Dan Fuss
While debt-based hedge funds had bet on bond prices falling and . . .
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