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Fixed Income Articles
Dan Fuss, vice chairman at Loomis Sayles, found some deals in last week's sell off.
Pacific Life Insurance Co., the insurer where Pacific Investment Management Co. was started as a bond unit in 1971, is moving money from Bill Gross’s old firm to Janus Capital Group Inc...
UBS is sticking with its recommendations that some clients buy risky Puerto Rico closed-end bond funds, despite hundreds of arbitration claims by investors, says an internal document.
Allianz's chief economic advisor and former Pimco CIO provides four interrelated lessons on last's weeks wild market swings.
Loomis Sayles' vice chairman can't reconcile CBO smaller defense-spending projections with the stark reality that the U.S. is facing a world where a stable balance of power is disintegrating.
In a junk-bond market that has been anything but high-yield for almost two years, the world’s biggest debt-fund managers are getting ready to pounce after stockpiling cash for a selloff.
Bond managers have flip-flopped on inflation views, say panelists.
Thornburg expands on Bill Bengen's research by offering a strategy that it asked Bengen himself to study and may allow higher withdrawals than he originally proposed.
A UBS AG unit will pay $5...
DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey Gundlach said this morning U.S. equities and 10-year Treasury bonds had reached their lows and that he expected stocks to rally.
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