We evaluate the impact of the Federal Reserve corporate credit facilities (PMCCF and SMCCF) on corporate bond markets. Conditions in primary markets improve once the facilities are announced, particularly for issuers that need to refinance before 2022. Issuance accelerates before spreads normalize. The secondary market points to a causal role for the facilities, with a differential impact on eligible issues and a significant effect of direct bond purchases, but less so for purchases through ETFs. We find evidence that dealers link the primary and secondary market recovery, with facilities affecting dealers’ willingness to underwrite issuances and intermediate in secondary markets.