The US Treasury Department building in Washington. US Treasury yields are likely to rise as the Fed raises interest rates. Photo: AP The US Treasury Department building in Washington. US Treasury yields are likely to rise as the Fed raises interest rates. Photo: AP
The US Treasury Department building in Washington. US Treasury yields are likely to rise as the Fed raises interest rates. Photo: AP
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Why high-yield corporate bonds are still attractive and the smaller European market deserves attention

Kerry Craig says while bond markets are going through a complex period, it’s not yet time to ditch corporate debt, including high-yield bonds, in favour of safer government securities

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The US Treasury Department building in Washington. US Treasury yields are likely to rise as the Fed raises interest rates. Photo: AP The US Treasury Department building in Washington. US Treasury yields are likely to rise as the Fed raises interest rates. Photo: AP
The US Treasury Department building in Washington. US Treasury yields are likely to rise as the Fed raises interest rates. Photo: AP
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