SLI's Curran: Avoiding the corporate bond 'red herrings'

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SLI's Curran: Avoiding the corporate bond 'red herrings'

Jon Curran, senior vice president credit at Standard Life Investments, explains why with a corporate leverage risk looming, picking the right bonds has become paramount in today's low yield environment

The US investment grade corporate market has grown larger and increasingly diversified over time, with the expansion seen most in more BBB-rated issuers. Today, there are nearly 5,700 bonds that comprise...

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