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Here’s a selection of bond market news items about or featuring comment from creditmarketdaily.com authors:
Company Defaults Elusive as Credit Market Fragility in Focus – Bloomberg
King Cash Threatens the Reign of Credit Markets From U.S. to Europe – Bloomberg
Why the Global Rally Still Has Legs Despite Pain in U.S. Treasuries – Bloomberg
Global Credit Market Flashes Early Warning Alert – Brisbane Times / Daily Telegraph
Corporate Bonds have plenty of fans even after comedown – Bloomberg
Greek Banks to Follow Sovereign – Reuters
IMF Frustrates Greece Comeback – Nasdaq
Why Credit Spreads are Resisting Threats from Rising Rates – Bloomberg
Ischinger: Europe Needs a Strong, United Military – Handelsblatt
There’s Basically No Alternative to U.S. Corporate Bonds Right Now –Bloomberg
Unyielding – Quantitative Easing Enters a New Phase – The Economist
Draghi Smashes Corporate Yields to 1% Before a Bond is Bought – Bloomberg
European credit markets on edge as ECB poised to buy – Financial Times
Draghi pushes corporate bond yields to 1% before a bond is bought – Business Post
ECB Corporate QE fuels fear and loathing – Financial Times
Companies Go on Worldwide Bond Bender With $230 Billion of Sales – Bloomberg
Europe’s corporate bond market hums ahead of ECB – Financial Times
Euro Credit: Today it’s breakfast and doughnut bonds – Financial Times
AstraZeneca Leads 5.5 Billion-Euro Bond Binge After Holidays – Bloomberg
This might be the biggest problem with the ECB’s plan to buy corporate debt – Bloomberg
ECB threatens ‘go big or go home’ adage in bond market – Financial Times
Don’t expect the ECB to buy many corporate bonds, writes Mann – Creditflux
ECB fuels record week of euro corporate bond sales – Fast FT
Eurozone corporate bond sales heat up – Financial Times
Some $29 trillion later, the corporate debt boom looks exhausted – Bloomberg
Easyjet ends roadshow but conditions tough – Informa Global Markets
S&P says corporate credit conditions worsening at fastest pace since crisis- Financial Times
Best of the Broker Notes – Substantive Research
How UBS’s Suki Mann went from top banking strategist to blogger – Finbuzz
Senior Credit Banker Quits Job, beomes blogger – efinancialcareers
Mann Takes Credit to the Masses – Global Capital
Greek yields & shares rally on ECB move – Financial Times
Headwinds to slow US high-yield debt sales – Financial Times
ECB faces liquidity challenge in bond buying – Financial Times
Unilever sells €750m bond at 0.5% yield – Financial Times
Eurozone bond markets position for QE – Financial Times
CompaniesTesco CDS jump; heading for “fallen angel” status – Financial Times
Oil price rebound and Greek debt plan boost markets; BP gains on profit surprise – This is Money
Party mood eludes Europe’s debt bankers – Financial Times
German bond yields sink below Japan’s as euro bloc suffers ‘Japanisation’ – Telegraph
Energy Price Plunge Keeps Lid on Junk Borrowing: Credit Markets – Bloomberg
Footsie lower as traders digest weak US earnings and mull chances of a Fed rate hike – This is Money
CommentECB QE may spark second “dash for trash” – Financial Times
Europe’s Bonds Are Unyielding – Bloomberg View
Junk Fervor Cools as Oil Rout Upends Energy Debt: Credit Markets – Bloomberg
ECB may struggle to buy enough corporate bonds – Reuters
Euro Telecom Bonds May Benefit from Verizon Mega-Deal – Wall Street Journal
A Mad Rush Could Be Coming In The Corporate Credit Markets – Business Insider
FTSE loses £25billion as Spain moves towards a £238 billion bailout – Daily Mail
Stocks claw back from steep losses – CNN Money
..and many more bond market news stories.
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