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Fixed Income Articles
A Morgan Stanley economist says the U.S. Treasury yield curve has lost its forecasting power and a little-known equation from the 1970s is better at predicting the possibility of a recession.
Bill Gross says unprecedented monetary accommodation has lifted prices of stocks and bonds to levels that exceed measures of true value.
Bill Gross is taking over management of the Pimco Unconstrained Bond Fund, one of the firm’s most important offerings as clients pull out of its main bond funds, after its current manager Chris...
Investors in the municipal market will probably face negative returns in 2014 following declines this year, the first back-to-back annual losses since at least the 1980s, according to Morgan Stanley.
Money is still flowing out of municipal bond funds, but issuers are defaulting at the slowest pace in four years, in spite of Detroit's record.
Lloyd Blankfein, who grew up in New York when it suffered economic stagnation and neared financial collapse, drew on his city’s experiences to provide an optimistic message for insolvent Detroit.
It's the first such ETF in the U.S. and is designed to offer attractive yield potential with reduced interest rate sensitivity, the company says.
New research by Wade Pfau and Michael Kitces looks at what happens if a person's equity allocation rises in retirement.
Pimco, which runs the world’s biggest bond fund, sees value in high- grade notes sold by Asian companies as low U.S. interest rates persist.
While suing Standard & Poor’s for fraud, states from New Jersey to California ironically are helping fund the world’s largest credit rater’s legal defense by requiring that their pension funds...
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