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Rieger Report: Corporate Junk Bonds – “Danger, Will Robinson!”

The bond markets are certainly not “Lost in Space”1. There is good rationale as to why the bond markets are in the position they are today; compressed spreads are the result of low rates coupled with strong demand out pacing supply for yield assets.   However, the homogenization of the US corporate bond markets is worrisome and should Read more […]

Australian Corporate Bonds Outperformed the Market

Tracked by the S&P/ASX Corporate Bond Index, the size of the Australian dollar denominated corporate bond market currently stands at 57 billion, which is one-tenth of the broader benchmark, the S&P/ASX Australian Fixed Interest Index. While the corporate sector is relatively small in Australian bond market, the size actually grew more than 80% since the Read more […]