Fixed Income

Junk-rated bonds are seen delivering good returns in the second half despite any Fed interest rate hike.
I'm running head first into a concrete wall with this long-term bond play.
Historically, slowing job gains have been a sign that the economy is hitting a stall speed.
If the pace of job gains slows materially, it is not a benign development.

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If the pace of job gains slows materially, it is not a benign development.
Don't forget, the Fed is still in rate hike mode.
Performance of ETFs shows that riskier asset classes have outperformed safer bonds.
New forms of debt would give bond investors equity stakes in countries' economies.
There is little the central bank still can do to support U.K. government bonds.

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