“Steel Junk Bonds Still Have Room To Run”
August 14, 2017 / Ken Monaghan, Amundi Pioneer’s Director of Global High Yield.
Mr. Monaghan was a guest on Bloomberg Markets AM with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz where he shared his thoughts on the recent sell-off in high yield and the health of credit fundamentals and risk in portfolios.
“Amundi's Monaghan Says High-Yield Market in Good Shape”
June 20, 2017 / Ken Monaghan, Head of Global High Yield
Mr. Monaghan shares his outlook for the High Yield market.
“How big a driver will energy be in 2017?”
January 6, 2017 / Ken Monaghan, Head of Global High Yield
Mr. Monaghan discussed energy bonds, retailers and his outlook for the credit market.
December 14, 2016 / Daniel Dektar, Amundi Smith Breeden Chief Investment Officer
Daniel Dektar, Amundi Smith Breeden Chief Investment Officer, appeared as a guest on Bloomberg Markets AM with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz. He shared his views on the potential impact of recent ECB news and the U.S. election, and investment implications of money market fund regulations for institutions and individual investors.
"Has the Bond Rout Gone Too Far?"
November 16, 2016 / Ken Monaghan, Head of Global High Yield
Mr. Monaghan discussed the bond market selloff and his outlook for high yield bonds specifically in light of the Trump victory.
“Junk-Bond Rally Overheated?”
October 5, 2016 / Ken Monaghan, Head of Global High Yield
Mr. Monaghan examined the state of the bond market and shared his thoughts on the possibility of a market event.
Ken Monaghan, Head of Global High Yield, participated in Asset TV’s Fixed Income Masterclass alongside four industry experts. During the panel discussion, Mr. Monaghan shared his overall views on the fixed income markets, including a summary of the three key elements he thinks are responsible for the change in investors’ perception of these markets and how they can participate in the opportunities they present.
Click on each question to see the video:
1- What is your current view on the fixed income market?
2 - What is your current evaluation of the high yield market?
3 - What is your outlook for corporate defaults?
4 - How do you evaluate global versus U.S. high yield?