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The Meeting Room Webcast: Why now for US high yield?

From the rapid spread of the coronavirus pandemic and turmoil in crude oil markets in late February to Joe Biden’s US presidential election win and a promising vaccine breakthrough in November, it has been an unprecedented 12 months.

Aoifinn Devitt, Head of Investment – Ireland is joined by Mark Durbiano, CFA, Lead Portfolio Manager, and Kathryn Glass, Senior Investment Analyst, from our US High Yield Credit team, for our recent Meeting Room webcast as they discuss why, after a year of tumult, they are cautiously optimistic for 2021.

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