The recent distress in corporate bond markets: cues from ETFs
Sirio Aramonte and
Fernando Avalos ()
No 6, BIS Bulletins from Bank for International Settlements
Amid widespread sell-offs in risky asset classes, corporate bond exchange-traded funds (ETFs) traded at steep discounts to underlying asset values in March. Contributing factors were high market volatility, reduced risk-taking by dealers and investors' reaction to policy decisions. Policy interventions that improve market functioning in a given sector can have temporary yet important spillovers to other segments through portfolio rebalancing by investors.
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