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Heading into 2021, what do we think about credit markets?

Published December 1, 2020

5 to 10 minutes

5 to 10 minutes

SUMMARY


We think that a combination of improving fundamentals and ongoing monetary stimulus will push spreads towards new record tight levels. We see also room for spread compression in high yield. Sustainably low financing costs make high debt levels much more manageable. Consequently, investors should now focus more on the ability of companies to generate profits rather than their level of debt.

 

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