Stephen Thariyan, Global Head of Credit, provides a quick view on credit markets. He highlights the recent outperformance of the sterling market, the divergence between US and European high yield and the potential challenges and opportunities ahead. Stephen believes 2016 may prove to be a testing time, but expects to see increased opportunities given the different regional dynamics at play, notably as a result of attractive valuations in US investment grade bonds, and a better supported and growing high yield market in Europe.
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