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Asia high yield: Steadier, higher, stronger

Alfred Mui, Head of Asian Credit, and Geoffrey Lunt, Senior Product Specialist for Asian Fixed Income, highlight the reasons why Asian high yield bonds stand out as an asset class in this market environment and discuss the investment opportunities the team at HSBC Global Asset Management is identifying in this space.
20 November 2019
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    Asia high yield: Steadier, higher, stronger

    Alfred Mui, Head of Asian Credit, and Geoffrey Lunt, Senior Product Specialist for Asian Fixed Income, highlight the reasons why Asian high yield bonds stand out as an asset class in this market environment and discuss the investment opportunities the team at HSBC Global Asset Management is identifying in this space.

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    Alfred Mui, Head of Asian Credit, and Geoffrey Lunt, Senior Product Specialist for Asian Fixed Income, highlight the reasons why Asian high yield bonds stand out as an asset class in this market environment and discuss the investment opportunities the team at HSBC Global Asset Management is identifying in this space.


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