Funds investing in Treasuries and long-duration bonds were winners, high-yield was mixed, and foreign-currency exposure hurt as the dollar gained.
There are bargains aplenty in the mutual fund world.
Assets remain low, but interest abounds, and a game-changer is ahead.
One T. Rowe fund is out, but PIMCO-managed funds are staying put despite manager changes.
A look at the exchange-traded funds and providers that have announced projected capital gains distributions thus far.
A roundup of the largest distributions from the big fund complexes.
Ivy High Income's recent manager turnover and Templeton Developing Markets' long-deteriorating performance have led to downgrades, says Morningstar's Russ Kinnel.
Investors have been putting money back into bond funds as interest rates have unexpectedly dropped this year.
Manager hit the road? Answering these nine questions can help you determine next steps.