Michael Buchanan knew exactly what to do as markets were rocked in recent weeks on concern turmoil in developing nations from Argentina to China and Turkey would cause the global economic recovery to derail: buy junk bonds.
Rising corporate-bond trading signals that liquidity is robust even as Wall Street’s biggest banks cut their inventories of the securities in response to new rules and regulations, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Sun TV Network Ltd. and SpiceJet Ltd. , companies controlled by the Maran family, plunged on report India’s federal investigator is probing an investment by Malaysia’s Maxis Group into a business run by the Marans.
Western Asset Management Co. and Janus Capital Group Inc. are in preliminary discussions with Bonds.com Group Inc. to use the electronic trading service as they seek alternatives to dealers with shrinking inventories.
BlueMountain Capital Management LLC and Saba Capital Management LP are leading investors into the debt market’s darker corners to boost returns, buying securities from collateralized loan obligations to bonds that seldom trade.
Pacific Investment Management Co. and BlackRock Inc. are among U.S. investors buying up bank bonds in Europe’s most indebted nations as central-bank chief Mario Draghi wins back the confidence of the world’s biggest money managers.
Federal Reserve auctions of mortgage securities that the central bank assumed in the rescue of American International Group Inc. are fueling a selloff in credit markets as Wall Street rushes to hedge against losses on stockpiled debt.
Investment-grade corporate bonds are showing signs of life following the biggest losses since 2008 as concern wanes that a Federal Reserve pullback from record stimulus will cause a surge in interest rates.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. mistakenly added about $1.5 million of interest costs to a Ford Motor Co. bond sale last week by using the wrong Treasury note as a benchmark for the security, according to two people with knowledge of the transaction.