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We see more risk than reward in corporate bonds

A plunge in credit spreads in recent months suggests to us that there is now limited scope for corporate bonds to outperform government bonds over the next couple of years, even if the global economy holds up relatively well. And if we are right about the US and many other advanced economies soon slipping into recession, corporate bonds could underperform in the near term.

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