Despite strong inflows into USD-denominated high yield bond funds, Julius Baer believes that the market is being overly optimistic and the bank expects that the Fed will “spoil the party” with more than one rate hike in 2017. According to third party data, fixed income funds posted outstanding inflows last week, including: US$2.3 billion into EMs; US$1.1 billion into high…
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