Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 20, 2012
Capital Market Exchange, the first analytic platform to quantify current market views of emerging credit risks on bond prices, recently concluded its analysis of the European bond market. The analysis focused on the relationship between Sovereign government debt and company's domiciled in the country.
Capital Market Exchange worked with well-regarded investment teams to aggregate and quantify factors driving current bond spreads and generates a common reference point for price calculations from the market consensus. Working to assess if credit risk was in fact understated, Capital Market Exchange's analytics identified sectors and companies with strong fundamentals held hostage to their sovereign country's economic crisis.
Speaking to its network of institutional asset managers in early September, Capital Market Exchange alerted member firms to mispriced opportunities in the European investment grade bond market based on the firm's proprietary Sentiment Adjusted Spreads. Capital Market Exchange's President, Sarah Biller, noted, "The decision to reduce Spain's sovereign debt rating to near junk status led many firms we work with to consider investment opportunities in high grade corporate issuers domiciled in countries with significant sovereign credit risk, especially as the issuance of Yankee Bonds reached near record levels. We were asked to use our analytics to clear through the headlines and clarify the most important factors driving spreads. It is clear some sectors are establishing buffers to the ongoing challenges in the European economy".
Capital Market Exchange provides leading institutional asset managers a structured approach to identify investment opportunities in the global Fixed Income investment grade marketplace. Capital Market Exchange quantifies factors driving current bond spreads and generates a common reference point for price calculations from the market consensus. The firm's analytics provide Portfolio Managers and Credit Research teams a view on emerging credit risks, enabling better forward-looking investment analysis and decisions.