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US leveraged credit in 2023: Historically attractive yields should outweigh growing concerns

January 26, 2023

Barring a deep, prolonged recession, we expect leveraged borrowers to successfully navigate the late cycle backdrop given relatively healthy fundamentals.

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2023 outlook: The good, the bad and the unknown

December 20, 2022

For all the gloomy talk about the economy in 2023, stabilizing interest rates could be a bright spot for investors.

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Fixed income themes for 1H23: The economy's moment of truth

December 20, 2022

As we enter the new year, attention is shifting from inflation to the economy and the effects of tighter Federal Reserve policy.

Fed Tapering is Mole Hill, Not a Mountain

October 26, 2021

While growth in the U.S and globally is expected to cool from its torrid pace in 1H21, fundamentals remain broadly positive and opportunities could arise in any meaningful bout of spread volatility.

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Positioning for a Growth Slowdown in Q3

September 23, 2021

While growth in the U.S and globally is expected to cool from its torrid pace in 1H21, fundamentals remain broadly positive and opportunities could arise in any meaningful bout of spread volatility.

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Voya Views: Every Glide Path Has a Story

August 13, 2021

Paul Zemsky and Susan Viston from our Multi-Asset Strategies and Solutions team discuss what approach to target date design will be best equipped to handle heightened market volatility going forward.

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Inflation Surges but the Fed Doesn’t Flinch

August 9, 2021

For skeptics who have yet to take the Federal Reserve at its word, its response to recent inflation data should be another indicator that policymakers are in no hurry to deviate from their path of easy monetary policy.

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LIBOR Transition Update

July 30, 2021

The transition of financial markets from USD LIBOR to the secured overnight financing rate (SOFR) has proven to be a complex process...

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