What's in the news:
The global flight to safety continues as some of the world’s most developed countries experience lower bond yields on both short term and longer dated maturities. Slower growth and tumbling inflation expectations will likely put central banks between a rock and a hard place as they face more quantitative easing and discover the limits of what easing can do.
What are we thinking?
While negative bond yields may point to a bleak picture in the credit markets and raise further questions about the unknown impacts of negative rates, there still are ways to seek to maximize cash flow while preserving capital and assuming minimal credit market risks.
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