Keyword: corporate bonds

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The novel coronavirus has introduced unprecedented volatility to financial markets and is taking its toll on pension plans. We’ve seen sharp corrections in most equity markets. At its lowest point in the correction to date, the S&P 500 lost 34 per cent of its value, from its peak in February. The TSX, which has also […]


Canadian pension plans have increased their demand for long corporate bonds, but high demand and low yields combined with a relatively small marketplace in Canada can pose challenges for investors, said Randall Malcolm, senior managing director and portfolio manager of Canadian public fixed income at SLC Management. “When we look at the supply side of […]


BBB-rated corporate bonds are becoming a bigger part of the Canadian market, according to an analysis by FTSE Russell. In particular, at the end of January 2020, the FTSE Canada one- to 10-year corporate BBB bond index had 326 issuers, representing $141.1 million in market cap, which translates to 29 per cent of the FTSE […]

  • By: Yaelle Gang
  • February 26, 2020 December 13, 2020
  • 06:37
Lessons From Brexit

Portfolio construction a good buffer for geopolitical risk.

Volatility and Credit Spreads

New research looks at the long-standing link between corporate bonds and market volatility

Emerging Risks in Corporate Bond Indices

New EDHEC study shows instability and higher credit risk.

Value of Fixed Income Clear; Bezic Argues

Coverage from the current online debate on Fixed Income.

Fixed Income Debate Live!

Did plan sponsors benefit from adding bond strategies in 2009?

Next Bubble: Corporate Bonds?

High-quality corporates looking frothy.

The Case for Global Fixed Income

Coverage of the 2010 Global Investment Conference.