The changing fitce of bond investing - Fund managers went into the credit market to add value, and some thought it would be easy to demonstrate outperformance against government bond benchmarks by loading up on higher-yielding paper. That's been a lousy bet. In this year's volatile credit market, avoiding losses has been the best service that expensive new analysts can provide.
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