Do Credit Markets Respond to Macroeconomic Shocks? The Case for Reverse Causality

The response of corporate bond credit spreads to exogenous macro shocks is large. Giorgio Ottonello suggests this countercyclicality is driven largely by credit risk premia and translates into significant return predictability.

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