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| Fed leaves rates unchanged—signals more gradual hikes |
Jun. 15, 2016 ::
Fed stands pat on rates and keeps options open for the rest of 2016.
| Fixed Income Outlook: The math—and the economy—favor credit |
Apr. 13, 2016 ::
The rate and economic environment are still constructive for spread products, but not so much for Treasuries.
| Fixed Income Outlook: Giving credit its due |
Jan. 13, 2016 ::
Despite 2015's challenges, the credit side of the fixed-income world is still our favorite, led by high yield. We also are positioning for modestly rising rates and a yield-curve flattener, with short rates rising faster than long rates.
| Fixed Income Liquidity: The new SEC proposals and Federated |
Oct. 27, 2015 ::
The subject of bond market liquidity continues to get a lot of attention through press articles and proposed Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reforms.
| Fixed Income Outlook: For now, forget about the Fed |
Oct. 9, 2015 ::
With rates staying low, the action in the fixed-income arena remains focused on credit products
| Fixed Income Outlook: Greece is not the word |
Jul. 13, 2015 ::
Credit still favored over Treasuries as growth fundamentals keep trumping geopolitical worries
| Video: Balancing Fixed Income Risk and Reward |
Nov. 12, 2014 ::
CIO for Global Fixed Income Bob Ostrowski provides his views on interest rates, economic growth and managing risk.