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Investment grade corporate credit risk held mildly high levels after the bell, near lows as stocks held narrow session range.

  • Investment grade risk measured Markit's CDXIG5 index is currently +0.073 at 81.929; CDXHY5 high yield index 100.697 (-0.073).
  • Outperforming credit sectors (tighter or least wide): Subordinated Financials (-1.8), Communications (-1.4) and Consumer Staples (-1.3)
  • Lagging sectors (wider or least narrow): Energy (-0.3), Materials (-0.5) and Sr Financials (-0.9).
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Investment grade corporate credit risk held mildly high levels after the bell, near lows as stocks held narrow session range.

  • Investment grade risk measured Markit's CDXIG5 index is currently +0.073 at 81.929; CDXHY5 high yield index 100.697 (-0.073).
  • Outperforming credit sectors (tighter or least wide): Subordinated Financials (-1.8), Communications (-1.4) and Consumer Staples (-1.3)
  • Lagging sectors (wider or least narrow): Energy (-0.3), Materials (-0.5) and Sr Financials (-0.9).