Monetary tightening has typically coincided with economic growth that is supportive of high yield but does the quantitative easing experiment upend historical patterns? In this video, Thomas Hanson, Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, takes a look at some of the factors shaping the European high yield bond market. Areas covered include:
European high yield’s different opportunity set to the US
Whether monetary tightening holds any concerns for European high yield bonds
Some of the key attractions of high yield bonds, including relative yields and idiosyncratic opportunities.
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