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Doubling-Down on High-Quality Junk

Jun.21 -- As the Fed moves closer to expanding the money supply, corporate bond investors are snatching up notes and taking more risk -- but not too much more. Prices on the lowest-rated investment-grade bonds are jumping, as are the highest-rated junk bonds. While high-yield investors are still favoring relatively safer securities, those that invest in high-grade are reaching for yield in the riskiest part of that market. Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro sat down with Greg Peters of PGIM Fixed Income, Krishna Memani of Invesco OFI and Schroders' Alex Chorlton to discuss their outlook for credit markets.

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