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  Senior Loan & High Yield Review
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Senior loan and high-yield bond returns were negative in the third quarter after posting a strong first half. With equities leading the way lower at -6.44% for the S&P 500 Index in the third quarter, high-yield bonds fell -4.88%, making this the most challenging quarter for high-yield bonds since the third quarter of 2011. Senior loans were down a much more modest -1.35% in the quarter.

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