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BUY YIELD OR BYE YIELD?



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Early 2016 was a horrid time for high yield. Commodity price crashes triggered a huge sell-off in speculative grade credits in related industries. Meanwhile, weak manufacturing data and a stronger dollar, exacerbated by potential rate hikes, incited recessionary fears in the United States. However, since February, the High Yield market has been on a tear as those fears proved to be overstated.

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