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Italian bond yields tumble as investors hold nerve after EU budget rejection

Italian bonds rallied on Wednesday, pushing two-year yields down as much as 23 basis points as markets shrugged off the European Commission’s rejection of Rome’s draft budget and focused on the possibility of compromise between the two sides.

Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini refuted a La Stampa newspaper report that he was open to reviewing the 2019 deficit of 2.4 percent of GDP, but said other aspects of the budget could be discussed.

Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said he was worried about Italy’s bond spread over Germany and that the government would respond with reforms. Continue reading

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U.S. investment-grade corporate bonds now riskier than before each recession since 1981: Moody’s

Record number of company credit ratings are on the cusp of ‘fallen angel’ downgrades

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As benchmark interest rates in the U.S. rise and the pace of corporate earnings growth slows, Moody’s Investors Service warned Friday that an unprecedented number of corporate credit ratings could be added to the “junk” pile. Continue reading

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Where Are The Opportunities In Fixed Income Oriented Hedge Funds?

With rising interest rates and fairly tight credits spreads, are there still opportunities with fixed income oriented hedge fund strategies? Agecroft Partners recently spoke with five leading hedge fund industry experts who will be presenting on the “Opportunities in Fixed Income Oriented Hedge Fund Strategies” panel in early November at Gaining the Edge – 2018 Hedge Fund Leadership Conference in NY. Continue reading

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Bonds Shows High-Yield Investors on Edge

  • Douglas, Kloeckner Pentaplast bonds drop in fragile market
  • Secondary sales of debt help trigger large price falls

Bonds of two unrelated German companies that have slumped in recent months provide a cautionary tale of how the slightest whiff of bad news is able to unsettle investors in a nervous high-yield market.

Beauty chain Douglas GmbH’s bonds due 2023 have lost about 20 cents on the euro so far this year to 87 cents, while notes issued by packaging maker Kloeckner Pentaplast GmbH maturing the same year have lost almost 30 cents on the euro in 2018. The securities of both issuers are part of large and widely held capital structures and have declined after large block trades were reported.

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Updates to our Distressed Debt 1 Hedge Fund



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