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Why European high yield still has potential
Radio Feature 22: Michael Poole in conversation with Sona Blessing
Thursday, July 14, 2011

radio In this live feature Michael Poole who is a fund manager within Threadneedle's high yield investment team shares why despite looming European sovereign debt led concerns he still believes there is upside left in European high yield... and why it is a very attractive asset class for the current environment.

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Why European high yield still has potential

Duration: 04:57 


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  • Q1 - How should investors be positioned to capture performance in the European high yield space?

    Duration: 01:22 

  • Q2 - How do you manage the risk of potential sovereign debt contagion affecting corporate and high yield bonds? How do you look to exploit such risk to capture performance?

    Duration: 01:53 

  • Q3 - Have you been taking risk off in your portfolio?

    Duration: 00:57 

  • Q4 - Do you envisage issuance holding up?

    Duration: 00:43 

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