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Credit Pulse: market update – 21 May 2021

In this latest dynamic debate in our Credit Pulse series, we ask: What is the bull case for markets versus the bear case? How cautious do investors need to be?

In this month’s Credit Pulse webcast, Anna Karim, Investment Director, Fixed Income, moderated a brief and focused debate entitled, 'Bull vs Bear'.

Anna Chong, Senior Credit Analyst, put forward the bull case for why she feels there is value in credit markets and Stephane Michel, CFA, Senior Portfolio Manager set out why he thinks credit investors should be cautious.

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