Fixed Income

Concerns over trillions of dollars in energy and commodity-related debt could be a catalyst for panicky market action ahead.
Management firm bars investors from getting their money.
The only way anyone can buy Treasuries is with U.S. dollars.
I think of these bonds as falling into 3 categories: the bad, the ugly, and the might be good.
Do Kinder Morgan's creditors know something the shareholders don't?
Creditors have also gotten spooked by recent news. 
Look at wage gains for a view of how much the Fed will hike rates.
Sudden moves are typical of the end of a credit expansion cycle.
In 2015, only 9 companies have been able to come to market with debt yielding 12% or more.
It's almost sure the Fed will hike, so here's what to look at.

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