BRIEFING: Frustrated Sovereign Wealth Funds Pursue Corporate Debt
As wealth funds crave yield and security, are U.S. corporate bonds the only game in town?
Demand for corporate bonds in the United States and Europe remains robust, each driven by differing factors. The boom in investment-grade U.S. corporate debt is in lockstep with the incremental decline in U.S. interest rates and further quantitative easing measures enacted by the Federal Reserve. Bond sales in 2016 by U.S. blue chip companies are about to surpass US$ 1 trillion, continuing the upward trajectory since 2009.
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Source: SWFI – August 31, 2016
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