HSBC Sees Canada Stimulus Creating Corporate-Bond `Sweet Spot'By
Securities are cheapest versus government debt since 2011
Bank snappping up European corporates on ECB easing bet
The start of government stimulus spending in Canada will be a buy signal for corporate bonds that have followed global peers to their cheapest levels in four years, according to HSBC Holdings Plc.
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