After Torrid January, US Leveraged Loans Return 1.59% in February

U.S. leveraged loans returned 1.59% in February, their second straight strong performance after a dismal December, when the segment lost 2.54% amid a veritable risk-off rout of the asset class, according to LCD.

Through the first two months of 2019 U.S. loans returned 4.18%, their best start to a year since 2009, the first full year after the financial crisis.

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