12th April 2017

Drip, drip, drip

Scratching around for clues Corporate bond market investors will have been surprised by several elements of the market this year. First, valuations. The ECB reported that their 44-week haul of corporate bonds (as lifted through it’s QE programme) had risen to €78bn (€1.8bn per week), accounting for 13% of the eligible market! Spreads since quantitative easing started […]
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Suki Mann

A 25-year veteran of the European corporate bond markets and in his role as Credit Strategist, Dr Mann has been ranked number one in the Euromoney Investor Survey eight times in ten years. Previously with Societe Generale and UBS, he now shares views of events in the corporate bond market exclusively here on Credit Market Daily.