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Fed's Dovish Double Down Prolongs the Credit Rally

Mar.22 -- A funny thing happened in the debt market this week. A $3.2 billion loan deal once chastised as “the worst ever” in terms of investor protections drew $9 billion worth of orders, allowing it to be super-sized by almost a third. An almost complete recovery in credit markets since the sell-off late last year and a dovish Federal Reserve are refocusing attention on the multiyear boom in corporate debt, along with the risks that might now be stored up for a later date. Aberdeen’s Luke Hickmore, HSBC’s Jose Rasco and Loomis Sayles' Matt Eagan talk with Bloomberg’s Jonathan Ferro about the big rally in credit and some of the obstacles that could lay ahead.

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