Reserve Bank Credit, Treasury Securities and MBS

Reserve Bank Credit, Treasury Securities and MBS This chart shows how Reserve Bank credit has increased, as the Fed has continued to add treasury securities to its balance sheet. Image: Wells Fargo Investment Institute

Average Valuation Percentile: Equity, Bond, Credit

Average Valuation Percentile: Equity, Bond, Credit Chart suggesting that credit and equities look expensive, while bonds are the most expensive. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

U.S. High Yield Credit Spreads and Recessions

U.S. High Yield Credit Spreads and Recessions Chart suggesting that there is little recession fear baked into U.S. high yield credit spreads at the moment. Image: J.P. Morgan

U.S. and Euro Area Composition of Corporate Credit

U.S. and Euro Area Composition of Corporate Credit Great chart showing that the U.S. is a market-based financial system, while the Euro Area is a bank-based system with 80% of bank loans. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

Survey – Credit Investors: What Are Your Biggest Concerns?

Survey – Credit Investors: What Are Your Biggest Concerns? The latest edition of BofAML credit survey shows that U.S. credit investors are concerned about the 2020 U.S. election, the trade war, and China. Image: BofA Merrill Lynch Credit Investor Survey

Emerging Markets Credit Growth

Emerging Markets Credit Growth Chart showing that credit growth in most emerging markets is still growing at a sustained pace. Image: Oxford Economics

Chinese Credit Growth and OECD Leading Indicator for China

Chinese Credit Growth and OECD Leading Indicator for China Chinese Credit growth rebounded in September and suggests stronger activity on the horizon. The OECD leading indicator for China picked up further at the highest level since 2017. Image: Danske Bank Research