Almost a decade has passed since the great recession of 2008. Like any anniversary, this 10-year mark is providing the media an opportunity to take stock of the markets’ strength and vulnerabilities since that event. The questions seem to focus on whether the growing economy is a good thing or whether complacency and a roll-back of regulations could prompt another downturn. And in fact, many institutional investors have started to de-risk their portfolios by deleveraging, increasing credit quality and reducing high yield and international exposures.
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