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Credit Pulse: market update - 15 January 2021

How does the fixed-income team at the international business of Federated Hermes see this year shaping up? How are automakers positioning themselves for an all-electric future amid the coronavirus-induced turmoil? And what challenges face the electric vehicle (EV) industry in the coming years? These are some of the questions that the team answers in our latest Credit Pulse webcast.

In this month’s Credit Pulse, Andrew Jackson, Head of Fixed Income, and Fraser Lundie, CFA, Head of Credit, discuss year-end outcomes and how they see the new year shaping up, before being joined by Senior Credit Analyst, Ilana Elbim. Elbim discusses how firms have continued to spend considerable amounts on electric vehicle technology and how automakers are positioning themselves for an all-electric future, even amid the coronavirus-induced turmoil. To read more about the challenges and opportunities for electric vehicle adoption, explore our latest edition of Spectrum  or watch this short video.

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