Fixed Income

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Higher Rates For Longer Mean No Escape From The Debt Squeeze

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The highest interest rates in years are taking a toll from the US to Australia.

The Fed Thinks It's Fighting Inflation. Think Again

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Even at more than 5.25%, the central bank's short-term interest-rate target might not be high enough to cool the economy.

Atlanta Fed Prez Says Many Inflation Measures Moving To Target Range

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But he said the breadth of inflation is still quite high.

The U.S. Economy Won't Be Immune To High Rates Forever

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The economy has been largely unresponsive to Fed policy moves, but that doesn't mean the U.S. will be permanently rate-insensitive.

Private Equity Firm's New Platform Offers Wealthy Access To Middle-Market Deals

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Milwaukee-based Borgman Capital rolled out a platform for the wealthy and family offices.

Goldman Racks Up $21 Billion For Its Largest Private Credit Pool

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This marks the fifth iteration of the firm's Loan Partners fund.

Muni Market Sees Biggest Boom In Bond Sales Since At Least 2013

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Muni-bond sales have hit $183 billion so far in 2024.

For Private Credit's Top Talent, $1 Million A Year Is Not Enough

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A mass defection at Barings LLC over compensation has startled the industry.

Mortgages Stuck Around 7% Force Rapid Rethink Of American Dream

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Rates have defied expectations to come down, upending major life plans in the process.

Private Credit Lures $100 Billion Fund Seeing Sticky Inflation

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Colonial First State sees elevated inflation rates for the next five to seven years.

Fed's Waller Says Factors That Lowered Neutral Rate May Reverse

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U.S. central bankers have raised the longer-run neutral rate as a central topic for policy discussion this year.

Gundlach Calls Private Credit A 'Bubble,' Sees Problems With Treasurys

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Illiquidity among big institutions and the affluent is striking, he said.

Rate Cuts Will Trigger 'Flood' Of Bond Buying, PGIM Says

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The current market expectation is for the Fed to deliver one or two quarter-point rate cuts this year.

Goldman Axes Bet On July Fed Cut As Market Sees Less Easing

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The reversal underscores the market's belief that caution reins at the Federal Reserve.

Starwood's $10B REIT Turns To Survival Mode, Limits Redemptions

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The REIT has put tight restrictions on investors' ability to withdraw money.

Private Credit Has Too Much Cash And Not Enough Places To Put It

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The industry is dealing with tenewed competition from banks and lagging demand for private capital.

Bonds' Decades-Long Lead Over Gold Vanishes As Debt Worries Grow

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Gold has jumped ahead of U.S. government debt as a long-term investment.

Advisors Say Move Quickly To Lock In Yields Before Rate Cuts

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The Fed's reluctance to ease rates this year is a boon to fixed-income investors, they say.

Goldman Now Sees U.S. Debt-Cost Ratio Rising Into Danger Zone

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Its projections suggest a key metric of debt sustainability is headed to extreme levels.

Miami Firm Says Private Credit Interest Up Among Advisors

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Crystal Capital said that volatility in traditional fixed income had advisors looking at private credit.

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