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Inflation remains a key focus.
We believe the American Jobs Plan and Made in America Tax Plan, which propose infrastructure spending and corporate tax hikes, will likely boost the outlook for municipal bonds (munis) and the broad economy.
Victor Zhang, CIO, discusses the potential impact of President Joe Biden's proposed wide-ranging tax increases to fund the policy objectives he advocated during the 2020 presidential campaign.
Hear how spending and tax proposals may impact the markets, investments, retirement planning and more from a true Washington insider. Watch now.
Two traditional fixed-income foes—rising interest rates and inflation—are making a
comeback, highlighting opportunities among select bonds and investment strategies.
California’s economy faces state-specific challenges from wildfires and drought. But like other states, a strong fiscal backdrop continues to support a positive outlook for the Golden State’s municipal bonds.
Higher inflation is on the horizon, underscoring the importance of seeking potential purchasing power protection with TIPS.
Research-focused management gives investors exposure to the muni market's broad diversity and tax-advantaged performance potential.
We unpack the latest developments to help investors navigate the global bond market.
In our view, spread trends indicate opportunities abound among lower-quality munis.
As many U.S. hospitals strive to regain their financial health in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, active municipal bond (muni) investors are finding value in this hard-hit sector.
It’s a time to be cautious and that means reassessing every holding’s creditworthiness and ability to withstand a recession.
Participants don’t know how to plan for and spend retirement income. Here’s how the industry is stepping in to address the problem.
Muni market dynamics underscore the importance of skilled in-depth credit research to uncover opportunities and manage risks.
As the credit cycle ages and corporate bond investors grow increasingly defensive, we believe select strategies may continue to deliver value.
NCRAM Chief Investment Officer David Crall talks about investing for high income in today's market.
Nomura Corporate Research and Asset Management discusses how it seeks to identify companies that can carry their debt loads through the economic cycle.
Co-CIO Charles Tan explains how sector diversification may help smooth out volatility and risk.
As the global economic cycle matures, certain risks inherent in fixed-income investing will become more apparent.
As interest rates edge lower, investors or left looking for new sources of income. Used wisely, we believe high-income bonds may fill that need.
Long-term bond investors have enjoyed an extended period of positive performance. The challenge now? Finding value among bonds.
October 12, 2017