Best of 2023: Top Chart of the Week Posts

December 28, 2023

Best of 2023: Top Chart of the Week Posts Photo

Over the course of the year, our team of talented investment professionals has remained steadfast in identifying and thoroughly researching impactful trends within the financial markets. We remain committed to sharing valuable insights with you each week in our Chart of the Week blog posts. Before embarking on a new year, we wanted to reflect and highlight the most viewed posts of 2023. We hope you enjoy them, once again!

1. Running Out of Breadth

Source: Bloomberg

2. New CLO Issuance Continues to Slow

Source: J.P. Morgan CLOIE Index; Bloomberg

3. Is Office Real Estate the Next Shoe To Drop for Small and Midsize Banks?

Source: Federal Reserve, Trepp Inc.


Tags: Technology | Artificial Intelligence | Market breadth | Collateralized Loan Obligation (CLO) | CLO spreads | Leveraged loans | Commercial real estate | Real estate | Banking industry

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