LLI

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AcronymDefinition
LLILow-Level Indicator (medical alarm system)
LLILocal Level Institutions (World Bank study)
LLILocal Lorentz Invariance (physics)
LLILogical Link Identifier
LLILow Latency Interface (mobile devices)
LLILondon Language Institute (London, Ontario, Canada)
LLILiberty League International (Scottsdale, Arizona)
LLILibrary Leadership Institute (various locations)
LLILower Layer Interface
LLILifelong Learning Institutes
LLILeg Length Imbalance
LLILiberty Legal Institute (est. 1997; Arlington, VA)
LLILake Lanier Islands (Georgia)
LLILittle League International
LLILimited Life Item (US NASA)
LLILong Lead Item
LLILaubach Literacy International
LLILatitutde and Longitude Indicator (US Navy)
LLILeveraged Loan Index (finance)
LLILow Latent Inhibition
LLILower Layer Information
LLILogical Link Interface
LLILink Layer Interface
LLILow-Level Injection
LLILow Level Intercept
LLILow-Level Intrusion
LLILanguage, Literature, Identity (Conference)
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The leveraged loan market remains pressured, with the S&P/LSTA Leveraged Loan index -1.5% on the month.
CLO managers' average exposure to the B&M sector is higher, at 4.9% average, than the proportion of the sector within the broad institutional leveraged loan index, at 3.9%.
The company has chosen to focus on core products and will continue offering the Highland/iBoxx Senior Loan ETF, which seeks to provide investment results that, before fees and expenses, correspond generally to the price and yield performance of the Markit iBoxx USD liquid leveraged loan index, a rules-based index consisting of large, most liquid leveraged loans.
An exchange-traded fund incorporated in the USA, the fund's investment objective is to provide investment results that, before fees and expenses, correspond generally to the price and yield performance of the Markit iBoxx USD Liquid Leveraged Loan Index.
On the upside, the volatility of loans (as measured by the Credit Suisse Leveraged Loan Index) has abated to pre-credit crisis levels, resulting in just seven months of negative performance since the Great Recession ended in 2009.
By mid-February, the distressed sector of the Credit Suisse High Yield Index was down 10.4% year-to-date, while the distressed sector of the Credit Suisse Leveraged Loan Index was down 12.5%.