Is 2024 going to be a Goldilocks scenario for US HY?

Presented by

Mike Graham, Jack Stephenson

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For professional investors. In the US, strong growth combined with further disinflation has raised the credibility of a very rare occurrence: a painless landing. With inflation still above 2% and speculation rife on when a rate cut may occur, it is no time to be complacent. Nevertheless, we may experience a ‘goldilocks’ scenario for high yield where the higher quality portion of the market could benefit from the stabilization and decline in interest rates, while the lower quality portion of the market could benefit from a stable economy and a slowdown in rising interest expense. How will these dispersions create opportunities for investors? Mike Graham, Head of US High Yield, and Jack Stephenson, US High Yield Investment Specialist, discuss the US high yield market and offer their outlook. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions directly with our live Q&A session. So, don’t miss out and register now to secure your place. Once you register, you will have the option to add a meeting invitation to your MS Outlook calendar that will include the meeting details. If you can't make it, a webinar recording will be available afterwards.
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