Insurance firms in Asia and elsewhere have moved to take advantage of pandemic-driven spread widening on both high yield and investment grade debt.
With spreads on Asian junk bonds having widened sharply, are they a good bet, despite widespread concern over expected corporate defaults in the coming months?
Asian investment-grade bonds may be less at risk of downgrades to junk than those elsewhere, but asset owners – particularly insurers – are being advised to take precautions.
Investors hunting for higher-yield fixed income might have better luck with Asian high-yield debt. But what are the caveats?
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