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Boldly going where central banks don’t

1 June 2016 By Neil Unmack

The central bank’s pledge to buy company bonds has caused a surge in issuance. As a result, market spreads – the premium investors demand over sovereign debt – are not falling. The unwanted side effects of the programme show why corporate credit markets are best left alone.

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