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A counterpoint to the bear argument that credit is set to face a solvency crisis by explaining that liquidity is solvency.
Always looking out for surprises, options markets are giving President Trump better odds than what are currently reflected in consensus polling data.
U.S. stocks have climbed in recent weeks on optimism that the U.S. election will have a clear outcome on (or shortly after) Nov. 3.
An overview of notable sustainable news stories for the third quarter of 2020.
A discussion of conditions in the global high-yield market, including the default outlook and the importance of monetary and fiscal stimulus.
Why the U.S. fast-food market is thriving despite the recession.
A discussion of the economic recovery and the diminishing returns on – but still pivotal role of – monetary policy.
The COVID-19 crisis has brought many issues in society to light, with individuals being impacted by the pandemic in varying ways.
Central bank policy is likely to continue to have the biggest influence over fixed income markets, regardless of who wins the U.S. election.
What visibility is there for investors as we head into the fourth quarter of 2020 and beyond?
Companies that can adapt their business models to address rising demand for sustainable products may succeed in the long run.
The U.S. housing market is thriving despite the recession. Why is this happening, and what does it mean for bond investors?