For private capital investors, the recent spate of market volatility is another opportunity to show strength relative to public asset classes.
The threat of higher interestrates and spiking inflation sent equity indices on a roller coaster ride. But loan buyers looked at this same data set and voted with their feet.
Last week another $2 billion flowed into retail funds, bringing inflows to almost $7 billion for 2022. Assets in these funds total $93.6 billion, double the level from only a year ago. In contrast, $13 billion flowed out of retail high-yield bond funds…
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