Yields Rise Upon Election Sentiment

Posted by Matt McTague on Nov 16, 2016 11:14:11 AM
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Corporate yields increased considerably following an upset victory from U.S. Presidential-elect Donald Trump on November 8th. This increase can be attributed to investors fleeing for the post-election rally in stocks due to Trump's promise of deregulation. This corporate bond sell-off is captured by the AdvantageData North American High Yield and High Grade Corporate Bond Indices.


As would be expected, Emerging Market corporates also experienced a sharp spike in yields.

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Topics: High Yield, Investment Grade, emerging markets

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