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Is Foreign Demand for US Corporate Bonds at an Inflection Point?

The US corporate bond market reached a record $8 trillion at the end of 2017. The high followed..

Three Strategies to Prepare for Rising Volatility

We all knew volatility couldn’t stay low forever, even with solid global growth and low..

China’s Bond Markets – Two Reasons Why the Year of the Dog Might Have Some Bite

By Hank Lynch, Product Manager February 16, 2018

The Year of the Dog may not be known for being the most auspicious, but for China’s local,..

2018 Sector Teams’ Outlook: Corporate Credit

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We expect the pace of global growth, US Federal Reserve policy tightening, and..

2018 Sector Teams’ Outlook: Government and Currencies

Investing in the information age can be a noisy endeavor–investors are barraged with new..

Should We Be Concerned About Household Debt?

By Brian Horrigan, Chief Economist January 4, 2018

The Federal Reserve’s third-quarter data on household balance sheets showed that household debt..

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