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Does Managing Duration Necessarily Require Duration Management?

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Fri, 26 Oct 2012

Duration has been the topic of discussion with investors in recent years. More recently, funds with the flexibility to swing duration from positive to negative—and vice versa—have become all the rage. We believe today’s challenging fixed-income environment requires investors to consider mandates wi

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