News, Commentary & Events: HYG


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    U.S. junk bonds drop to lowest in over two years ahead of Fed meeting

    Reuters - 05/03/2022

    The price of a major U.S. junk bond exchange traded fund fell to its lowest in over two years this week, as concerns over the impact of a hawkish Federal Reserve on the economy led investors to pull out of riskier assets. BlackRock's (BLK) iShares iBoxx $ High Yield Corporate Bond ETF fell 0.4% to trade $78.23 a share on Monday, Refinitiv data showed - the lowest price since April 2020.

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    U.S. credit markets back on downward path as Fed weighs on risk assets

    Reuters - 04/11/2022

    A rally in U.S. credit markets after the U.S. Federal Reserve started hiking rates last month was short-lived and some corporate bonds hit new lows on Monday amid rising bond yields and concerns over the economic outlook.

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    U.S. recession unlikely despite bond market alarm: PIMCO, Amundi

    Reuters - 03/31/2022

    - The United States is unlikely to face an economic recession in the next two years despite bond markets flashing warning signs, inflation at its highest in decades and rising geopolitical risks, portfolio managers at PIMCO and Amundi said.

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    U.S. corporate debt drops amid global markets selloff

    Reuters - 02/24/2022

    The prices of a major junk bond ETF fell on Thursday as investors pulled out of riskier assets amid a widespread selloff in global markets sparked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. BlackRock's iShares iBoxx $ High Yield Corporate Bond ETF (HYG) - an exchange-traded fund which tracks the U.S. junk-bond market - fell 0.4% to trade $82.2 a share, its lowest since July 2020.

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    Analysis-'Few places to hide': investors seek shelter as stocks, bonds fall together

    Reuters - 02/17/2022

    Lockstep declines in bonds and stocks are sending investors into defensive products such as credit swaps, convertibles and even cash as they seek refuge from the market's recent gyrations.

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