High yield: Credit risk must return to top priority


The credit cycle is in the expansionary phase - typically when companies dabble in a little more financial engineering. Credit risk must return to top priority, argues Matt Eagan from Loomis Sayles.

The high yield market has continued to enjoy a favourable backdrop of stable credit fundamentals, improving economic conditions, easy monetary policy, and a seemingly voracious appetite for yield from...

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