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Canso July 2022 Corporate Bond Newsletter

“The first quarter financial market bruising exploded into full blown carnage by mid-year as second quarter returns pushed deeper into negative territory. Several markets recorded double digit losses, as investors fled the riskiest assets.” Read…
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Canso April 2022 Corporate Bond Newsletter

“History books will show the official end of emergency monetary policy accommodation to offset the Covid-19 pandemic came on March 2nd and 16th when the BOC and the Fed raised overnight rates. In reality, the…
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Canso February 2022 Corporate Bond Newsletter

“Substantial spread widening and years of elevated defaults often follow periods of market euphoria. While periods of tight spreads and low defaults may endure for some time, we believe there is better risk-adjusted value to…
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Canso October 2021 Corporate Bond Newsletter

Jeff Bezos declared the few short minutes aboard his New Shepard space capsule his “best day ever!” which is really saying something given he’s the world’s richest person and father of four children. Others recently…
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Canso July 2021 Corporate Bond Newsletter

There is hope for us all, if sports are our guide. Montreal made it to the Stanley Cup Finals. England hosted the Euro Cup and made it to the final. The 2020 summer Olympics will…
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Canso April 2021 Corporate Bond Newsletter

We hope you and your loved ones are healthy and safe, wherever this note finds you. Governments across the globe are desperate to return life to normal as quickly as possible from the rolling waves…
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Canso February 2021 Corporate Bond Newsletter

12 months seems a lifetime ago. Then, across all portfolios, including those with allowances to invest in high yield, we were very conservatively positioned. In expensive markets, capital preservation and liquidity is our imperative. Canso…
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Canso June 2020 Corporate Bond Newsletter

There is no way to sugarcoat it. The change came overnight. We went from ebullience on the economy and the financial markets to utter despair. Hundreds of thousands have died globally. Millions are sick and…
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Canso March 2020 Corporate Bond Newsletter

On March 3rd, authorities at the Federal Reserve unanimously voted to step in front of the runaway Coronavirus train. Concerned COVID-19 posed “evolving risks” to an otherwise “strong” U.S. economy, the Fed slashed overnight rates…

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