Coronavirus – EM High Yield Spread

Coronavirus – EM High Yield Spread The coronavirus pandemic has left credit spreads at distressed levels for a number of EM high-yield sovereigns. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Weekly High Yield Fund Flows

Weekly High Yield Fund Flows This week, high-yield fund flows remain positive. Image: BofA Global Research

High Yield Spread vs. U.S. Default Rate

High Yield Spread vs. U.S. Default Rate Current high yield spreads are predicting decline in U.S. default rates. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

U.S. Corporate High Yield Bond Spreads

U.S. Corporate High Yield Bond Spreads A breakthrough in the 200-day moving average has historically been bullish for high yield. Image: Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

Drawdowns – S&P 500 vs. High Yield

Drawdowns – S&P 500 vs. High Yield The high-yield sector has been relatively resilient during the recent drawdown episode. Image: Fidelity Investments

High Yield Volatility

High Yield Volatility High yield volatility is likely to remain elevated from economic weakness. Image: Morgan Stanley Research

U.S. High Yield Default Rate

U.S. High Yield Default Rate This chart suggests that U.S. high yield default rate could rise to 10% by year-end. Image: Oxford Economics