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Emerging markets corporate high yield bond spreads continue to stand out following the March-April selloff, while the yield pickup compared to U.S. high yield corporate bonds remains wide.
Turkey’s Q1 GDP print points to both COVID and structural headwinds to growth. Argentina releases new information that improves the debt restructuring offer.
Traditional trend following had little chance of getting defensive early into the recent sell-off. Given the market’s tendency for strong rebounds after major sell-offs, is it better to wait than react?
The uncertainty that we discussed in March has receded in mid-April as we predicted. In our view, investors should be comfortable maintaining their strategic allocations to stocks and bonds.
In this episode of Trends with Benefits, Ed Lopez chats with J.C. Parets, CMT and founder of All Star Charts about technical analysis, current markets, gold and wine.
RAAX continues to measure the risks within the real asset markets. If conditions materially improve, it will look for an opportunity to re-invest; if risks remain high, it will remain defensive.
Brazil – Political Noise Down, Markets Up
Defensive Stance Continues
Barron’s: These Fallen Angel ETFs Could Lift Your Portfolio
China – Tense Politics, Prudent Macro
Don’t Trust the Rally
A Cautionary Tale of Two Rate Cuts
What’s Next for the Muni Market?
China Green Shoots – More in the Pipeline?
Indonesia – Bold Hold
Brazil – A Nod of Approval from Moody’s
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