Although the U.S. high-yield market faced some challenging crosscurrents in Q1, it appears to have entered a recovery phase -- supported by economic growth, falling default rates, and U.S. monetary and fiscal policies.
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By Jeffrey D. MuellerCo-Director of High Yield Bonds, Portfolio Manager, Eaton Vance Advisers International Ltd. and Stephen C. Concannon, CFACo-Director of High Yield Bonds, Portfolio Manager, Eaton Vance Management