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Banks' pressure stalls opening of U.S. derivatives trading platform
By Reuters
08/27/2014 3:44:26 PM ET

NEW YORK (Reuters)—The first interdealer trading platform aimed at opening up credit derivatives markets to new competition has hit roadblocks due to resistance from some banks that dominate such trading, according to several people familiar with the situation. Derivatives markets continue to revolve around the small group of dominant banks, and credit markets have become more – not less – concentrated since the 2008 global financial crisis.
Retail investors pay price as hedge funds dominate ETFs
By Reuters
08/25/2014 11:07:22 AM ET

NEW YORK (IFR)—Junk-bond ETFs created for retail investors have been hijacked by hedge funds using them to make broad bets on bond prices, causing roller-coaster distortions in the high-yield market. Funds designed for retail investors have morphed into hedging tools that sell off too suddenly, and in too great a size, for illiquid high-yield bonds to keep up.
Europe

Retail investors pay price as hedge funds dominate ETFs
By Reuters
08/25/2014 11:07:22 AM ET

NEW YORK (IFR)—Junk-bond ETFs created for retail investors have been hijacked by hedge funds using them to make broad bets on bond prices, causing roller-coaster distortions in the high-yield market. Funds designed for retail investors have morphed into hedging tools that sell off too suddenly, and in too great a size, for illiquid high-yield bonds to keep up.
Argentina's default strategy raises debt acceleration risk
By Reuters
08/20/2014 6:03:32 PM ET

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters)—Argentina's plan to restructure its external debt to skirt a U.S. court ruling that prevented it paying its creditors boosts the risk of investors demanding the accelerated payment of their bond holdings.
Asia/Australia

Millionaire investors catch Australia's high-yield express
By Reuters
08/26/2014 11:35:36 AM ET

SYDNEY (Reuters)—Australia's embryonic high-yield bond business is growing fast thanks to burgeoning demand from yield-starved wealthy individuals, a trend that may be loosening up the nation's conservative debt market. Two factors are driving the surge in high-yield issuance: Higher capital costs, which mean banks are now less willing to lend to riskier unrated companies, and low interest rates globally pushing investors to take on more risk to get decent returns.
Retail investors pay price as hedge funds dominate ETFs
By Reuters
08/25/2014 11:07:22 AM ET

NEW YORK (IFR)—Junk-bond ETFs created for retail investors have been hijacked by hedge funds using them to make broad bets on bond prices, causing roller-coaster distortions in the high-yield market. Funds designed for retail investors have morphed into hedging tools that sell off too suddenly, and in too great a size, for illiquid high-yield bonds to keep up.
International

Retail investors pay price as hedge funds dominate ETFs
By Reuters
08/25/2014 11:07:22 AM ET

NEW YORK (IFR)—Junk-bond ETFs created for retail investors have been hijacked by hedge funds using them to make broad bets on bond prices, causing roller-coaster distortions in the high-yield market. Funds designed for retail investors have morphed into hedging tools that sell off too suddenly, and in too great a size, for illiquid high-yield bonds to keep up.
Argentina's default strategy raises debt acceleration risk
By Reuters
08/20/2014 6:03:32 PM ET

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters)—Argentina's plan to restructure its external debt to skirt a U.S. court ruling that prevented it paying its creditors boosts the risk of investors demanding the accelerated payment of their bond holdings.






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