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A former adviser to the US Federal Reserve said increased volatility in bonds and turmoil in the money markets from the outbreak of the coronavirus could signal a looming credit event despite the Fed’s latest bid to inject liquidity into the system.
Elizabeth FryMarch 18, 2020
A former Dallas Federal Reserve Bank adviser warns that a spike in bond market volatility and recent money market chaos could flag a looming credit crisis.
Elizabeth FryOctober 7, 2019
Chief risk officer at the World Bank Group, Lakshmi Shyam-Sunder, says the extreme uncertainty of the global economy requires a new risk management framework and investors should not take anything for granted in scenario planning.
Amanda WhiteSeptember 4, 2019
While the world's banks are the largest holders of leveraged loans and CLOs, new data has revealed about 40 per cent of these instruments are owned by asset managers, private equity, and hedge funds.
Elizabeth FryJuly 29, 2019