Cracks in the Credit Cycle

22-1-2019

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​Portfolio Managers Darrell Watters and Mike Keough identify signals indicative of an advancing credit cycle and highlight what to watch in the year ahead.

The credit cycle has turned. Defaults have likely bottomed, and corporate credit spreads over Treasuries reached their tightest levels of this cycle in 2018. We are past peak opportunity, in our view, and advancing, albeit slowly, toward the cycle’s end. We may be in uncharted territory in terms of the length of this cycle, but the typical cracks are showing: high debt loads, tighter financial conditions and diminishing liquidity. Each cycle varies not only in duration, but also with respect to its drivers, and we believe the Federal Reserve (Fed)'s shift toward tighter monetary policy is the key catalyst this time around. While we cannot say how much longer the cycle can extend, we are certainly progressing toward its end.

Levering up

According to the National Bureau of Economic Research, the last 11 business cycles have averaged just under six years. We are over nine years into the current cycle. The Fed’s unconventional monetary policy in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis has played a pivotal role in the extension. An unintended side effect of quantitative easing (QE) was a significant dampening of market volatility as the Fed injected liquidity through its asset purchases. QE also reduced term premiums – compensation investors receive for the additional risk associated with owning longer-dated bonds – and incited a willingness by investors to reach for yield where they may not have in the past. This environment, coupled with ultra-low interest rates, allowed corporate management teams to issue debt at will in their attempts to drive shareholder returns through mergers and acquisitions, share buybacks and bigger dividends.

The result has been a dramatic rise in corporate debt. Corporate debt-to-GDP has surpassed its previous peak, reaching 46% in the third quarter of 2018. Growth has been most pronounced in the US investment grade corporate credit market, which represents $6.4 trillion as of year-end. Outstanding BBB debt comprises roughly half of that, compared with just 33% ten years ago (Source: ICE BofAML US Corporate Index). Excesses in high yield have been less evident, and issuance in that market has generally declined in recent years. However, we have witnessed a shift in risk to the leveraged loan market, which has experienced significant growth and weakening credit quality as some highly indebted and lower quality issuers have chosen to finance deals there.

Growth in US bond markets: investment grade bond market growth has outpaced those of other markets

Source: JP Morgan, 30 June 2018

Idiosyncratic risks on the rise

Outsized leverage requires greater discipline by a company to maintain robust cash flows in order to service that debt. Once deteriorating fundamentals impact an issuer’s ability to execute on its commitments to bondholders, the credit rating agencies start taking action, as we saw in the last quarter of 2018. Even though leverage growth is often the result of equity-enhancing measures, we have also seen increasing instances of market value destruction. This rings alarm bells, in our view, indicating that investors are wary of supporting management teams that have stretched balance sheets in the face of weakening business fundamentals.

Energy company General Electric (GE) has exhibited both challenges. The multinational conglomerate was downgraded to Baa1 from A2 by Moody's, and to BBB from A by S&P in October. GE has been focused on creating shareholder value, returning roughly $80 billion of capital since 2015 in the form of stock buybacks and dividends. Yet, the stock has steadily declined, falling over 75% between December 2016 and December 2018. Despite GE’s efforts to wind down the balance sheet at subsidiary GE Capital, the largest area of concern, the company’s capital adequacy has come into question while fundamentals have deteriorated across business lines. Through the stock price decline and wider credit spreads, investors are expressing concern over how GE will go about strengthening its balance sheet, which the new CEO has stated is the company's highest priority. The market will be monitoring GE's ability to delever and to execute assets sales to protect its credit ratings going forward.

As we extend through the cycle, we expect these types of idiosyncratic risks to increase. It is also typical for ratings agencies’ tolerance to decline for issuers that fail to meet their leverage targets, which will likely result in additional downgrades.

Corporate debt as a percentage of GDP: non-financial corporate debt to GDP has surpassed its prior peak, reaching 46% in September 2018.


Source: Federal Reserve, Bloomberg, National Bureau of Economic Research, 30 September 2018

Tightening financial conditions

It is important to note that higher corporate debt loads have been supported by robust earnings and strong cash flows. Overall corporate fundamentals were strong in 2018, with S&P 500 Index estimated earnings growth of 20.5% for the year according to FactSet. Growth trends may moderate, now that Fed policy is less accommodative and the peak impact of US fiscal stimulus is behind us, but the outlook for fundamentals remains healthy. As opposed to deteriorating fundamentals driving us toward this cycle’s end, we are closely monitoring tightening financial conditions, which we expect to ultimately cause a contraction and subsequently challenge corporate fundamentals.

The Fed has raised interest rates nine times in its current hiking cycle. Inflationary pressures will play a pivotal role in assessing the likelihood of the Fed hiking in excess of what is warranted and potentially accelerating a slowdown versus it pausing in 2019. In our view, forces that hold back inflation will remain in play, allowing the Fed to moderate its pace and the number of future hikes. However, the direction of the US dollar will also be key. We are concerned that if growth does slow, deficits continue to rise and US government debt-to-GDP surpasses 100%, the dollar could face significant declines in 2019. This could threaten the benign inflation outlook, the Fed’s gradual normalisation and any further extension of the credit cycle.

In addition to rate hikes, the Fed has been reducing the size of its balance sheet for over a year. Other central banks are also removing accommodation. The European Central Bank stopped its asset purchase programme in December 2018, and both the Bank of Canada and the Bank of England raised interest rates last year. These shifts have been gradual, but they are removing liquidity from the system. Markets are reacting to the incremental changes, as reflected by increasing risk premiums and dramatic spread widening across the quality spectrum of corporate bonds in the last quarter of 2018.

Heightened liquidity risk

Over the past few years, ultra-accommodative monetary policy around the globe had pushed investors in search of income toward higher yielding US assets. According to Fed data, foreign investors owned 28% of US corporate bonds in the second quarter of 2018, a larger share than either insurance companies or asset managers. As higher US rates drive up hedging costs and reduce the return potential of US assets, demand from these investors has shrunk. Further, real yields have risen and investors no longer have to reach as far for yield that outpaces inflation. Consequently, risk premiums are returning as investors demand greater compensation to hold lower quality assets.

Liquidity conditions and access to capital can change quickly in this environment. As risk aversion rises, the ability for investors to exit challenged positions will become increasingly more difficult. Wider spreads will create unfavourable issuing conditions and restrict access to capital. In December 2018, for example, high yield issuance was nil, and investment grade issuance was staggeringly low at $8 billion.

What to watch

While this credit cycle has certainly turned, we want to stress that we do not expect an imminent acceleration toward the cycle’s end. A deceleration in growth around the globe has given us reason to pause and must be monitored, but US economic growth remains constructive even as it slows. Given the economic backdrop and decent corporate fundamentals, we believe that a positive return environment is feasible for corporate credit in 2019, and that attractive investment opportunities can still arise.

Keeping a finger on the pulse of inflation, Fed rhetoric and resulting financial conditions will be critical in this late stage. Corporate earnings estimates and revisions will also be telltale signs of how near we are to the end. As idiosyncratic name risk intensifies, investors will need to be particularly mindful of issuers with stretched balance sheets and challenged fundamentals, and they should demand greater compensation for holding corporate credit as the risk of downgrades and defaults rises. The importance of risk mitigation will also grow, as access to capital becomes more restrictive and liquidity declines.

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De informatie in dit artikel mag niet worden beschouwd als een beleggingsadvies.

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Specifieke risico's

  • Een deel van de of de volledige jaarlijkse managementkosten en andere kosten van het fonds kunnen uit het kapitaal gehaald worden, waardoor het kapitaal kan eroderen of de potentie voor kapitaalgroei kan verlagen.
  • Als een fonds een hoge blootstelling aan een zeker land of zekere geografische regio heeft, draagt het fonds een hoger risiconiveau dan een fonds dat breder gevarieerd is.
  • ​Een emittent van een obligatie (of geldmarktinstrument) kan niet in staat of niet bereid zijn om rente te betalen of kapitaal terug te betalen aan het fonds. Als dit gebeurt of de markt ziet dat dit kan gebeuren, zal de waarde van de obligatie dalen.
  • ​Het fonds kan derivaten gebruiken om het risico te verminderen of de portefeuille efficiënter te beheren. Dit brengt echter andere risico's met zich mee, met name dat een tegenpartij van een derivaat mogelijk niet aan haar contractuele verplichtingen voldoet.
  • Aandelen kunnen snel waarde verliezen en hebben meestal een hoger risico dan obligaties of geldmarktinstrumenten. De waarde van uw investering kan als gevolg kelderen.
  • ​Het fonds belegt in hoogrentende (niet van beleggingskwaliteit) obligaties en hoewel deze doorgaans hogere rentetarieven bieden dan obligaties van beleggingskwaliteit, zijn ze meer speculatief en gevoeliger voor ongunstige veranderingen in de marktomstandigheden.
  • Wanneer de rente stijgt (of daalt), zullen de prijzen van verschillende effecten anders worden beïnvloed. In het bijzonder dalen de obligatiewaarden doorgaans wanneer de rentetarieven stijgen. Dit risico is over het algemeen groter naarmate de looptijd van een obligatie-investering langer is.
  • Effecten binnen het fonds kunnen moeilijk te waarderen of te verkopen zijn op een gewenst tijdstip en op een bepaalde prijs, vooral in extreme marktomstandigheden waarin de prijzen van activa kunnen dalen, waardoor het risico van beleggingsverliezen toeneemt.

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Janus Henderson Group plc and its subsidiaries are not responsible for any unlawful distribution of this document to any third parties, in whole or in part, or for information reconstructed from this document and do not guarantee that the information supplied is accurate, complete, or timely, or make any warranties with regards to the results obtained from its use. As with all investments, there are inherent risks that each individual should address.

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The extract prospectus (edition for Switzerland), the articles of incorporation, the extract annual and semi-annual report, in German, can be obtained free of charge from the representative in Switzerland: First Independent Fund Services Ltd (“FIFS”), Klausstrasse 33, CH-8008 Zurich, Switzerland, tel: +41 44 206 16 40, fax: +41 44 206 16 41, web: http://www.fifs.ch. The Swiss paying agent is: Banque Cantonale de Genève, 17, quai de l’Ile, CH-1204 Geneva. The last share prices can be found on www.fundinfo.com. For Qualified investors, institutional, wholesale client use only. Outside of Switzerland, this document is for professional use only. Not for onward distribution.

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Specifieke risico's

  • Een deel van de of de volledige jaarlijkse managementkosten en andere kosten van het fonds kunnen uit het kapitaal gehaald worden, waardoor het kapitaal kan eroderen of de potentie voor kapitaalgroei kan verlagen.
  • Dit fonds is ontworpen om slechts als één component van meerdere te worden gebruikt in een gediversifieerde beleggingsportefeuille. Beleggers moeten zorgvuldig het deel van hun portefeuille dat in dit fonds is belegd, overwegen.
  • Als een fonds een hoge blootstelling aan een zeker land of zekere geografische regio heeft, draagt het fonds een hoger risiconiveau dan een fonds dat breder gevarieerd is.
  • ​Een emittent van een obligatie (of geldmarktinstrument) kan niet in staat of niet bereid zijn om rente te betalen of kapitaal terug te betalen aan het fonds. Als dit gebeurt of de markt ziet dat dit kan gebeuren, zal de waarde van de obligatie dalen.
  • ​Het fonds kan derivaten gebruiken om het risico te verminderen of de portefeuille efficiënter te beheren. Dit brengt echter andere risico's met zich mee, met name dat een tegenpartij van een derivaat mogelijk niet aan haar contractuele verplichtingen voldoet.
  • Als het fonds activa aanhoudt in andere valuta dan de basisvaluta van het fonds of u belegt in een aandelenklasse van een andere valuta dan het fonds (tenzij 'afgedekt'), kan de waarde van uw belegging beïnvloed worden door wisselkoersschommelingen.
  • Wanneer de rente stijgt (of daalt), zullen de prijzen van verschillende effecten anders worden beïnvloed. In het bijzonder dalen de obligatiewaarden doorgaans wanneer de rentetarieven stijgen. Dit risico is over het algemeen groter naarmate de looptijd van een obligatie-investering langer is.
  • Effecten binnen het fonds kunnen moeilijk te waarderen of te verkopen zijn op een gewenst tijdstip en op een bepaalde prijs, vooral in extreme marktomstandigheden waarin de prijzen van activa kunnen dalen, waardoor het risico van beleggingsverliezen toeneemt.
  • ​Opschafbare schuldbewijzen (effecten waarvan de emittenten het recht hebben om de hoofdsom van de effectenwaarde vóór de vervaldatum te betalen), zoals ABS of MBS, kunnen worden beïnvloed door vooruitbetaling of verlenging van de looptijd. De waarde van uw belegging kan als gevolg hiervan dalen.

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Janus Henderson High Yield Fund

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All content in this document is for information or general use only and is not specific to any individual client requirements. The information contained in this document is referential and may not be construed as an offer, invitation or recommendation or investment advice, nor should be taken as a basis to take (or stop taking) any decision.

Janus Henderson Capital Funds Plc is a UCITS established under Irish law, with segregated liability between funds. Investors are warned that they should only make their investments based on the most recent Prospectus which contains information about fees, expenses and risks, which is available from all distributors and paying agents, it should be read carefully. An investment in the fund may not be suitable for all investors and is not available to all investors in all jurisdictions; it is not available to US persons.  Past performance is not indicative of future results. The rate of return may vary and the principal value of an investment will fluctuate due to market and foreign exchange movements.  Shares, if redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost.

Janus Henderson Group plc and its subsidiaries are not responsible for any unlawful distribution of this document to any third parties, in whole or in part, or for information reconstructed from this document and do not guarantee that the information supplied is accurate, complete, or timely, or make any warranties with regards to the results obtained from its use. As with all investments, there are inherent risks that each individual should address.

The distribution of this document or the information contained in it may be restricted by law and may not be used in any jurisdiction or any circumstances in which its use would be unlawful.

Issued in Europe by Janus Capital International Limited (“JCIL”), authorised and regulated by the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority. Janus Capital International Limited (“JCIL”) is an entity registered and operating under the laws of the United Kingdom and Janus Capital Funds plc. is registered under the legislation of Ireland.

The extract prospectus (edition for Switzerland), the articles of incorporation, the extract annual and semi-annual report, in German, can be obtained free of charge from the representative in Switzerland: First Independent Fund Services Ltd (“FIFS”), Klausstrasse 33, CH-8008 Zurich, Switzerland, tel: +41 44 206 16 40, fax: +41 44 206 16 41, web: http://www.fifs.ch. The Swiss paying agent is: Banque Cantonale de Genève, 17, quai de l’Ile, CH-1204 Geneva. The last share prices can be found on www.fundinfo.com. For Qualified investors, institutional, wholesale client use only. Outside of Switzerland, this document is for professional use only. Not for onward distribution.

This presentation is strictly private and confidential and may not be reproduced or used for any purpose other than evaluation of a potential investment in Janus Capital International Limited’s products or the procurement of its services by the recipient of this presentation or provided to any person or entity other than the recipient of this presentation.

We may record telephone calls for our mutual protection, to improve customer service and for regulatory record keeping purposes.

Janus Capital Management LLC serves as investment adviser. Janus, Intech and Perkins are registered trademarks of Janus International Holding LLC. © Janus International Holding LLC. For more information or to locate your country’s Janus representative contact information, please visit www.janushenderson.com.

Specifieke risico's

  • Een deel van de of de volledige jaarlijkse managementkosten en andere kosten van het fonds kunnen uit het kapitaal gehaald worden, waardoor het kapitaal kan eroderen of de potentie voor kapitaalgroei kan verlagen.
  • Dit fonds is ontworpen om slechts als één component van meerdere te worden gebruikt in een gediversifieerde beleggingsportefeuille. Beleggers moeten zorgvuldig het deel van hun portefeuille dat in dit fonds is belegd, overwegen.
  • Als een fonds een hoge blootstelling aan een zeker land of zekere geografische regio heeft, draagt het fonds een hoger risiconiveau dan een fonds dat breder gevarieerd is.
  • ​Een emittent van een obligatie (of geldmarktinstrument) kan niet in staat of niet bereid zijn om rente te betalen of kapitaal terug te betalen aan het fonds. Als dit gebeurt of de markt ziet dat dit kan gebeuren, zal de waarde van de obligatie dalen.
  • ​Het fonds kan derivaten gebruiken om het risico te verminderen of de portefeuille efficiënter te beheren. Dit brengt echter andere risico's met zich mee, met name dat een tegenpartij van een derivaat mogelijk niet aan haar contractuele verplichtingen voldoet.
  • ​Het fonds belegt in hoogrentende (niet van beleggingskwaliteit) obligaties en hoewel deze doorgaans hogere rentetarieven bieden dan obligaties van beleggingskwaliteit, zijn ze meer speculatief en gevoeliger voor ongunstige veranderingen in de marktomstandigheden.
  • Wanneer de rente stijgt (of daalt), zullen de prijzen van verschillende effecten anders worden beïnvloed. In het bijzonder dalen de obligatiewaarden doorgaans wanneer de rentetarieven stijgen. Dit risico is over het algemeen groter naarmate de looptijd van een obligatie-investering langer is.
  • Effecten binnen het fonds kunnen moeilijk te waarderen of te verkopen zijn op een gewenst tijdstip en op een bepaalde prijs, vooral in extreme marktomstandigheden waarin de prijzen van activa kunnen dalen, waardoor het risico van beleggingsverliezen toeneemt.

Risicoklasse

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Janus Henderson US Short-Term Bond Fund

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All content in this document is for information or general use only and is not specific to any individual client requirements. The information contained in this document is referential and may not be construed as an offer, invitation or recommendation or investment advice, nor should be taken as a basis to take (or stop taking) any decision.

Janus Henderson Capital Funds Plc is a UCITS established under Irish law, with segregated liability between funds. Investors are warned that they should only make their investments based on the most recent Prospectus which contains information about fees, expenses and risks, which is available from all distributors and paying agents, it should be read carefully. An investment in the fund may not be suitable for all investors and is not available to all investors in all jurisdictions; it is not available to US persons.  Past performance is not indicative of future results. The rate of return may vary and the principal value of an investment will fluctuate due to market and foreign exchange movements.  Shares, if redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost.

Janus Henderson Group plc and its subsidiaries are not responsible for any unlawful distribution of this document to any third parties, in whole or in part, or for information reconstructed from this document and do not guarantee that the information supplied is accurate, complete, or timely, or make any warranties with regards to the results obtained from its use. As with all investments, there are inherent risks that each individual should address.

The distribution of this document or the information contained in it may be restricted by law and may not be used in any jurisdiction or any circumstances in which its use would be unlawful.

Issued in Europe by Janus Capital International Limited (“JCIL”), authorised and regulated by the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority. Janus Capital International Limited (“JCIL”) is an entity registered and operating under the laws of the United Kingdom and Janus Capital Funds plc. is registered under the legislation of Ireland.

The extract prospectus (edition for Switzerland), the articles of incorporation, the extract annual and semi-annual report, in German, can be obtained free of charge from the representative in Switzerland: First Independent Fund Services Ltd (“FIFS”), Klausstrasse 33, CH-8008 Zurich, Switzerland, tel: +41 44 206 16 40, fax: +41 44 206 16 41, web: http://www.fifs.ch. The Swiss paying agent is: Banque Cantonale de Genève, 17, quai de l’Ile, CH-1204 Geneva. The last share prices can be found on www.fundinfo.com. For Qualified investors, institutional, wholesale client use only. Outside of Switzerland, this document is for professional use only. Not for onward distribution.

This presentation is strictly private and confidential and may not be reproduced or used for any purpose other than evaluation of a potential investment in Janus Capital International Limited’s products or the procurement of its services by the recipient of this presentation or provided to any person or entity other than the recipient of this presentation.

We may record telephone calls for our mutual protection, to improve customer service and for regulatory record keeping purposes.

Janus Capital Management LLC serves as investment adviser. Janus, Intech and Perkins are registered trademarks of Janus International Holding LLC. © Janus International Holding LLC. For more information or to locate your country’s Janus representative contact information, please visit www.janushenderson.com.

Specifieke risico's

  • Een deel van de of de volledige jaarlijkse managementkosten en andere kosten van het fonds kunnen uit het kapitaal gehaald worden, waardoor het kapitaal kan eroderen of de potentie voor kapitaalgroei kan verlagen.
  • Dit fonds is ontworpen om slechts als één component van meerdere te worden gebruikt in een gediversifieerde beleggingsportefeuille. Beleggers moeten zorgvuldig het deel van hun portefeuille dat in dit fonds is belegd, overwegen.
  • Als een fonds een hoge blootstelling aan een zeker land of zekere geografische regio heeft, draagt het fonds een hoger risiconiveau dan een fonds dat breder gevarieerd is.
  • ​Een emittent van een obligatie (of geldmarktinstrument) kan niet in staat of niet bereid zijn om rente te betalen of kapitaal terug te betalen aan het fonds. Als dit gebeurt of de markt ziet dat dit kan gebeuren, zal de waarde van de obligatie dalen.
  • ​Het fonds kan derivaten gebruiken om het risico te verminderen of de portefeuille efficiënter te beheren. Dit brengt echter andere risico's met zich mee, met name dat een tegenpartij van een derivaat mogelijk niet aan haar contractuele verplichtingen voldoet.
  • ​Het fonds belegt in hoogrentende (niet van beleggingskwaliteit) obligaties en hoewel deze doorgaans hogere rentetarieven bieden dan obligaties van beleggingskwaliteit, zijn ze meer speculatief en gevoeliger voor ongunstige veranderingen in de marktomstandigheden.
  • Wanneer de rente stijgt (of daalt), zullen de prijzen van verschillende effecten anders worden beïnvloed. In het bijzonder dalen de obligatiewaarden doorgaans wanneer de rentetarieven stijgen. Dit risico is over het algemeen groter naarmate de looptijd van een obligatie-investering langer is.
  • Effecten binnen het fonds kunnen moeilijk te waarderen of te verkopen zijn op een gewenst tijdstip en op een bepaalde prijs, vooral in extreme marktomstandigheden waarin de prijzen van activa kunnen dalen, waardoor het risico van beleggingsverliezen toeneemt.
  • ​Opschafbare schuldbewijzen (effecten waarvan de emittenten het recht hebben om de hoofdsom van de effectenwaarde vóór de vervaldatum te betalen), zoals ABS of MBS, kunnen worden beïnvloed door vooruitbetaling of verlenging van de looptijd. De waarde van uw belegging kan als gevolg hiervan dalen.

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