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Credit spreads can’t fall forever

The near-relentless narrowing in US credit spreads over the past year or so has left them at their lowest levels since late 2021. This echoes similarly upbeat pricing in the stock market. But, while we think that equities still have plenty of room to rally, the scope for US credit spreads to narrow looks limited to us.

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