Despite a challenging start to 2022 for sterling corporate bonds, the market’s risk perception for the asset class is short of elevated levels. Should investors look through the recent volatility, they will find attractive levels of yields that remain backed by strong corporate fundamentals.
Paul O’Connor, Head of the UK-based Multi-Asset Team, considers the prospects for financial markets over the next few months, as investors contend with market uncertainty around central bank hawkishness, the war in Ukraine and lingering Chinese concerns.
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