High Yield Spread Charts | HY Bond Index

High yield spreads and yields data in charts. This page shows HY index yields and spreads for the European market. iBoxx EUR High Yield Overall Index data provided by Markit Group Ltd

i) High Yield Bond Index: Corporate Spreads

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ii) High Yield Bond Index: Recent History

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iii) High Yield Bond Index: Yields

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📈 Record Month for IG corporate Issuance – Again

The walking dead? Naah... We're at the end of May, and it's been a good month. Recovery has set in (almost everywhere). We've bottomed in macro with lockdowns easing and economic activity is off the floor. Asset prices are rising and whether that's justified or not, investors are adding risk in the expectation that we have a 'V-shaped' or some kind of 'jagged Nike swoosh-lik [...]

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🏥 Markets defy gravity, again

Bullish mood persists... The markets are determined to finish the month with a flourish, whilst attempting to recover much of the lost ground at the same time. There are bullish times as we seek to recover from the devastation wreaked by the Covid-19 global economic lockdown. If those vaccines, recovery medicines like Remdesivir and antigen tests are filled out en masse the [...]

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🗞️ Headwinds, but markets bullish

We shall overcome... The relief trade is in full swing. Relief that the global economy has started the engines and that we are getting back to business, albeit some of the mood might be tempered by ongoing second wave virus and US-Sino relationship concerns. At the moment, equities are flying in anticipation. The S&P is through 3,000 again and most are bourses closing in [...]

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🇭🇰 Opportunity Knocks for China

Impeccable timing and opportunism amid the distraction... China is going to take over Hong Kong in every sense of the word - and sooner, rather than later. They won't be rowing back on the latest security legislation. That is that for Hong Kong as we knew it. The question is whether the Trump administration (and the world, in that sense) blinks despite the strong words from [...]

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