High-Grade Corporate Bond Market "Could Get Ugly" If Interest Rates Rise FastMark Melin
When liquidity is most needed in the high-grade corporate bond market, it “could get ugly,” Bank of America Merrill Lynch predicts. While total volume has increased meaningfully since 2006, don’t let that fool you. The markets are not liquid, the analysts say, pointing to the Volcker Rule and central bank quantitative easing that has put investors reaching for yield on a ledge.
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