Prospect Of Quantitative Failure Drives Credit Investors To Record Cash Holdings

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Rupert Hargreaves
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The biggest concern among fixed income investors’ is a “ Quantitative Failure ” according to the responses of Bank of America’s most recent Credit Investor Survey. Australian Real Estate: Not A Crash….Yet DTLA Preferred Stock: Hidden Value With A 50% Upside Macquarie: Central Banks Extending Kondratieff’s Autumn Alarm grows amid exuberance in corporate loans The survey, which quizzes 55 institutional investors on the outlook for fixed income markets, is designed to poll sentiment among fixed income investors. It seems the biggest issue now on the minds of institutional fixed income investors is the quantitative failure, or rather, the failure of…

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