Published by : T. Rowe Price
2012 was a stellar year for the euro corporate bond market performance. However, navigating through the next phase of the corporate bond market cycle will require flexibility and innovation as relative value opportunities are found in less obvious places. While euro corporate investment grade bonds remain at the core, active managers will be looking beyond the benchmark to take advantage of the full opportunity set.
In our latest Investment Viewpoint, "Where are the Opportunities for Corporate Bond Investors?", David Stanley discusses where investors can find credit opportunities across the capital structure, ranging from very high quality assets, such as covered bonds, to sub-investment grade markets.
Published:07 May 2013
Business Area: Europe
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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