Yield to Worst Change - Retail Industry

Posted by Sean Quinlan on Jan 9, 2017 12:49:39 PM
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Shrinking historical “Yield to Worst” change shows that investor’s appetite for risk appears to be growing in the retail industry. This steady trend conforms with the post election rally that has taken place. The retail industry has been bolstered by a nice bump from a holiday season rush. While brick-and-mortar stores appear to be under acute pressure, many big retailers adapted and have established a strong online presence.

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Topics: High Yield, retail, YTW

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