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  • Making sense of a changing world

    What should credit investors do in a world where electorates are unpredictable and the nature of the lending business is changing?

    23 days ago
  • A year of credit insights

    Each month Creditflux harvests the tastiest morsels of bank credit research and buy-side commentary here is our pick of the best from 2016

    2 months ago
  • Finding value: spotting risk
    US retail, Saudi sovereign and mid-market technology are just some of the sectors that credit specialists across the sell side and buy side commented on last month

    3 months ago
  • Finding value near the market’s peak
    Central bank buying is driving credit to new highs. Pundits suggest looking at long-dated bonds, options and selective shorts as ways to make money in a world of tight spreads

    4 months ago
  • Deutsche Bank adds high yield credit analyst in Europe
    Deutsche Bank has bolstered its high yield research team in London by hiring an analyst from Castle Hill Asset Management

    5 months ago
  • Chasing rates in opposite directions
    The interest rate dog is wagging the credit tail. While the ECB and Bank of England drive rates and credit ever tighter, rising US Libor could hit CLO equity returns

    5 months ago
  • Asian credit is a compelling way to diversify, says Double Haven
    Asian credit offers attractive risk-adjusted returns against both emerging and developed markets, according to a research piece published by Hong Kong-based Double Haven

    5 months ago
  • Look to European bank sub debt for yield, says TwentyFour
    Euro-denominated subordinated bank debt is beginning to offer a compelling investment opportunity, according to a blog posted by TwentyFour Asset Management

    5 months ago
  • Making sense of brexit and credit
    The UK’s vote to walk out of the European Union in June topped last month’s agenda for credit research and commentary. Views were divided about its impact on credit.

    6 months ago
  • DFG tops Moody's list of most active CLO loan traders
    DFG Investment Advisers has emerged as the most active loan trader within its CLOs, according to a recent research piece published by Moody’s

    7 months ago
  • A clash of views on credit
    Recent volatility has shattered any consensus that existed on corporate credit. Buy-side firms, in particular, have been putting forth sharply contrasting views of late

    7 months ago
  • Loan Libor floors are being pushed lower, finds Xtract Research
    The steady increase in Libor rates over the last year has led to the gradual reduction in Libor floors in the leveraged loan market

    8 months ago
  • Nightmares on credit street
    Rising leverage, creeping warfs and weakening covenants. If that isn’t enough to keep credit investors awake, liquidity is a ticking time bomb

    8 months ago
  • SocGen suggests Brexit financials trade
    A research note from Societe Generale suggests a relative value trade in European credit indices with the threat of a Brexit in mind.

    10 months ago
  • Let’s all start buying again
    As market rebound, pundits and managers turn bullish. Last month’s sell-side research and buy-side commentary contained many positive views along with a few bearish trade ideas

    10 months ago
  • Cream of the credit research
    In our first round-up of last month's most eye-catching credit research, we pick pieces on energy options, green bonds and using tranches as CLO hedgesIn our first round-up of last month's most eye-catching credit research, we pick pieces on energy options, green bonds and using tranches as CLO hedges

    1 year ago
  • US investment grade credit is still underperforming equities, finds Barclays
    Investment grade bonds are underperforming equities despite the huge sell off in the equities market on Monday, says Barclays 

    1 year ago

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