Newfleet’s monthly update on the macroeconomic backdrop, global fixed income performance, and select sector highlights.
Newfleet’s team of experts provide timely economic, market, and portfolio-related commentary.
Market Update available for the Bank Loan Market Sector.
Market Update available for the High Yield sector.
Renewed concerns around rising rates and inflation led to credit market volatility in Q3.
As private credit surges in popularity, it’s important for investors to understand how it differs from public credit in credit risk, liquidity, valuations, and yield.
Newfleet’s team identifies current opportunities and trends within securitized debt.
In a recent appearance on CNBC’s Closing Bell, Newfleet President and CIO David Albrycht discussed why he believes now is the best time to be in fixed income since 2009.
A multi-sector approach can open up opportunities to find yield and lessen duration risk while guarding against volatility.
Waiting on rate cuts before adding longer duration may potentially risk missing significant upside.
As the short end of the curve shows potential value, short duration high yield may offer a compelling alternative to traditional fixed income.
Adding a multi-sector approach to a core plus strategy can open up opportunities to find yield, lessen duration risk – all while retaining its risk-hedging qualities.
The major protections in floating rate loans—limited duration risk, seniority, and collateral—result in a long-term smoothing of volatility.
Shorter duration high yield bonds may help investors maximize income at lower levels of volatility.
Members of Newfleet’s multi-sector fixed income team provide their insights and outlook for the year ahead.
Frank Ossino, senior portfolio manager and sector head of bank loans at Newfleet, gives his perspective on bank loan performance for 2023.