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Rates Rise, Then What?

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Wed, 28 Nov 2012

“Given our current position on the credit cycle, below investment grade bonds and structured credit are great places to be. Default rates remain low during periods of high accommodation from the Federal Reserve, such as the present one. What should investors be considering when they are selecting b

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