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U.S. Corporate Bonds (Jan 20-24): Visa Could Charge Ahead with Debt Sale After Earnings

Market participants expect another healthy round of investment-grade corporate bond issuance in the week ahead, while a positive risk-taking sentiment continues to stoke stellar demand for the yield offered in the primary market.

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U.S. Corporate Bonds (Jan 20-24): Visa Could Charge Ahead with Debt Sale After Earnings

Market participants expect another healthy round of investment-grade corporate bond issuance in the week ahead, while a positive risk-taking sentiment continues to stoke stellar demand for the yield offered in the primary market.

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A Blast from the Past from the Fed

The shaky repo market required the Fed to purchase billions in short term US Treasury notes, and while the Fed denies that they have embarked upon another round of quantitative easing, the equity markets have reacted as though QE4 has begun.

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SKEW Index Causing Hedging to Slow

Steve Sosnick, Interactive Brokers' chief strategist, expands on the SKEW index taking a leap higher going into year end and then falling for a few weeks after. This has caused hedging activity to slow somewhat.

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