Fixed Income

A research team argues It's not central banks, but rather global demographics, that will dictate interest rates.
Unfortunately, for trading we are stuck in a holding pattern waiting for more definitive news.
A snap election won by Labour would send government spending through the roof.
Right now, waiting for the junk bond market to back up a bit before buying might be a losing strategy.
Right now, waiting for the junk bond market to back up a bit before buying might be a losing strategy.
The Fed's tightening is so gradual that corporate bonds still offer good returns, a bond expert says.
But it depends on your risk tolerance.
Italian government debt looks attractive as political and banking risks subside.
If the central bank raises interest rates too sharply, the housing market would crash.
The flattening yield curve doesn't necessarily indicate recession, says an asset manager.

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