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U.S. Corporate Bonds (Mar 30- April 3): Influx of High-Grade Issuance Continues Amid Novel Credit Conditions

Investment-grade corporate bond sales continue to flood the primary market, amid unprecedented central bank support and despite massive outflows and deteriorating credit conditions.

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U.S. Corporate Bonds (Mar 30- April 3): Influx of High-Grade Issuance Continues Amid Novel Credit Conditions

Investment-grade corporate bond sales continue to flood the primary market, amid unprecedented central bank support and despite massive outflows and deteriorating credit conditions.

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The VIX is Too Darn High! No, It’s Not

There can be confusion with the VIX, primarily from those who view the VIX as the market’s fear gauge, rather than its actual purpose as an indicator of the market’s best estimate of volatility in the S&P 500 Index (SPX) over the next 30 days.

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Taking a Breather

As millions of contracts expire, and along with them the margin and haircut requirements on those contracts and their hedges, the entire equities ecosystem will feel some much needed relief.

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