Sarah Biller, President of Capital Market Exchange, stated, “The bond market investor is a thoughtful, detail-oriented investor..."
Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 02, 2013
Capital Market Exchange works with key influencers in the corporate bond market to aggregate and test the most widely held factors driving corporate bond spread changes. The press reports that the bond market has finally run its course, predicting that the bond bubble will burst soon. Capital Market Exchange's new view on bond market sentiment reveals a renewed focus on assessing the ability of management teams to execute in a challenging global economy. Bond market investors also expressed a continued interest in factors assessing company profitability in tandem with rising levels of debt among others.
Sarah Biller, President of Capital Market Exchange, stated, “The bond market investor is a thoughtful, detail-oriented investor. Factors widely thought to influence bond spreads today point to a market acutely aware of current events, but also focused on clearing the noise and assessing the long run value created by companies.”
In this environment of ambiguity, Capital Market Exchange's analytics provide its network of high grade corporate bond credit teams with a forward looking analysis of credit risks and opportunities. Using its proprietary Sentiment Adjusted Spread, Capital Market Exchange parses through immense amounts of data to model the factors thought to drive current bond spread changes and provides previously unavailable predictive analytical insight. Given the continued onslaught of new debt issuance and importance of leverage to assessing corporate credit risk, the Capital Market Exchange announces it has enhanced its comparative pricing of new debt that compares a bond's offer spread with its own Sentiment Adjusted Spread to track trading activity and enable investment teams greater clarity.
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