meeting at the earliest. The bond markets are already acting like interest ..... close to a 10% correction and the bond market saw the 10-year Treasury’s ..... does jack up rates the equity and bond markets will again slide. Should that happen
trading turnover having declined by 35% in the investment grade bond market as shown in Exhibit 1, and 55% in the High Yield market since 2005, financial ..... interest rate, inflation, credit and default risk. The bond market is volatile. As interest rates rise, bond prices usually
the market. If the market is about where it belongs, it ought to return several hundred basis points a year more than the bond market . And if you select securities well, going to some of the out-of-favor areas, I think you should be able to do a little
SINGAPORE, June 29 (IFR) - State-owned Food Corporation of India is likely to leave the rupee corporate bond market and opt for a placement of a 400 billion rupee (US$6.3 billion) note to Life Insurance Corp of India.
cited that much of the recent demand in the U.S. corporate bond market had been attributed to foreign investors in developed ..... reallocate their asset mix into the U.S. corporate bond market . With U.S. interest rates higher than European
is-selling-2015-06-26 Is the bond market in a bubble? Whether it’s a bubble ..... happen, and it could happen if the bond market scares the socks off everyone. The ..... from 1946 to 1981. Since 1981, the bond market has been in a bull market. When bonds
Opportunities JSOAX sees opportunities in nontraditional areas of the bond market – long-and-short positions, relative value trading ..... deliver 1-8% over cash. He is holding 36.2% cash now. Bond market liquidity is low as dealers and big banks have pulled back
could explain a slightly better performance in the United States compared with the rest of the world. However, a weaker bond market and stronger commodities seemed to suggest knock-on worries from the U.S. Federal Reserve's meeting last week, combined
backsliding on promises to rein in spending puts the Bank of Japan in a bind, limiting its scope to expand its massive monetary stimulus when the economy needs it, or ultimately to wind it back without causing chaos in the bond markets .
stock market valuations but also bond market valuations. It doesn't seem ..... as well, and elsewhere in the bond market . Stipp: An interesting point ..... short-term dislocation in the bond markets , perhaps that's a buying opportunity