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Taper terror

3 September 2013 By Neil Unmack

The end of ultra-loose monetary policy means higher corporate funding costs. Bond-market theory says the pain should be offset by lower credit spreads, as earnings improve. But it’s not working out like that. Higher rates and volatile spreads will cause some upset in credit.

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