How will corporates spend their excess cash and what does this mean for investors? Part II
Capital allocation is expected to continue to migrate towards capex, shareholder returns and M&A. Implications from this spend is case-by-case, but it is increasingly important for debt investors to know the capital allocation intentions of their investments and remain active in managing their portfolios to help position to benefit from some of these trends as well as avoid pitfalls of others.
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