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| Video: What happens when interest rates go below zero? |
Apr. 29, 2016 ::
Senior Portfolio Manager Don Ellenberger explains the purpose of negative short-term interest rates and why investors would buy these bonds.
| FedWatch: And then there were two |
Mar. 16, 2016 ::
The FOMC didn't hike rates but did cut the number of expected hikes in 2016 from four to two.
| FedWatch: March meeting could set the stage for future hikes |
Mar. 10, 2016 ::
A rate hike is very unlikely, but will the Fed hint one is just around the corner?
| Q&A: Conundrums abound for Fed |
Jan. 28, 2016 ::
Why 10-year Treasury yields haven't plunged and other macro topics.
| FedWatch: A dovish hike |
Dec. 16, 2015 ::
Yellen was able to please hawks with a hike, and doves with plenty of qualifiers.
| FedWatch: Time is nigh for a hike |
Dec. 11, 2015 ::
But the FOMC statement is expected to sing its familiar chorus that future hikes will be cautious and gradual.
| FedWatch: Are we there yet … No! |
Sept. 17, 2015 ::
Citing 'recent global economic and financial developments' as one reason, the Fed keeps rates near zero.
| FedWatch: Forget 1-in-4; we say 50-50 |
Sept. 10, 2015 ::
We think the likelihood of Fed rate hike next week is higher than the market does.
| Market Memo: An overdue correction, nothing worse |
Aug. 27, 2015 ::
Bonds had their correction two summers ago; now it was equities' turn. But that's all it is.
| FedWatch: Almost there |
Jun. 17, 2015 ::
The Fed did not raise rates today, but its FOMC statement suggests it will soon.
| FedWatch: Trail of 'dots' should lead the way |
Jun. 11, 2015 ::
With June lift-off very unlikely, Fed's "dot" chart will help the market discern the pace of anticipated future hikes.
| Video: Finding Value in the Bond Market |
Nov. 12, 2014 ::
Senior Portfolio Manager Don Ellenberger discusses favored bond sectors.