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U.S. Fixed Income: Finding a Balance in Rates and Inflation
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U.S. Fixed Income: Finding a Balance in Rates and Inflation

Why continued uncertainty reinforces the value of maintaining an allocation to high-quality bonds.

The Return of Inflation: What it Could Mean for Markets and the Economy
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The Return of Inflation: What it Could Mean for Markets and the Economy

Investors should be mindful of how the future path of inflation can impact the economy, policy and financial markets.

Tapering Without the Tantrum
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Tapering Without the Tantrum

Why the Fed tapering its MBS purchases should go smoother than last time.

Fed Stays Focused on Tapering – For Now
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Fed Stays Focused on Tapering – For Now

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell stressed that the November FOMC meeting was more about QE than interest rates.

A Balancing Act for Monetary Policy – and Bond Investors
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A Balancing Act for Monetary Policy – and Bond Investors

Global bond markets face a period of transition, driven by inflation concerns and shifting monetary policy.

Yields Move Higher – September Spike or Sustained Trend?
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Yields Move Higher – September Spike or Sustained Trend?

The recent sell-off in government bond yields is testing the patience of central banks and bond markets are reacting to the hawkish messages.

The Return of Multiplicity

The Return of Multiplicity

A discussion of several important issues confronting bond markets, including the role of sustainability in fixed income as the UN Climate Change Conference approaches.

The Taper is (Almost) Here: What it Means for Bond Investors
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The Taper is (Almost) Here: What it Means for Bond Investors

The imminent arrival of tapering by the Federal Reserve amplifies challenges facing bond investors.

Have 10-Year Bond Yields Already Peaked?
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Have 10-Year Bond Yields Already Peaked?

Why 10-year bond yields may have already peaked.

The Case for Alternatives in a Buoyant Market
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The Case for Alternatives in a Buoyant Market

After months in which excess liquidity has fueled strong returns in equities and fixed income, investors may need alternatives.

Global Perspectives: No One’s Listening to the Bond Markets
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Global Perspectives: No One’s Listening to the Bond Markets

Bond markets are once again sending a message on rates. Is anyone listening?

Looking at Bonds Through a Glass Half Full
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Looking at Bonds Through a Glass Half Full

Finding opportunities in the current bond environment.