Morgan Stanley Explains Why Institutions Invest In Negative Yielding BondsMark Melin
In a report “Making Sense of Negative Yields,” a Morgan Stanley report explains why institutional investors in Europe are purchasing bonds that pay the corporation rather than the investor AKA Negative Yielding Bonds. “With valuations as distorted as they are, investors are left with very small margins for error,” the September 12 report warned. The report "plunge(d) further down the rabbit hole and explore(d) this new upside-down world of . . .
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