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  1. September Business Cycle: Fed Tightening a Risk?

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    Thu, 11 Sep 2014

    as equities and high-yield corporate bonds outperform investment-grade ..... spreads often cause high-yield corporate bonds to underperform high-quality ..... include stocks and high-yield corporate bonds , while less economically sensitive

  2. Invesco: Municipal Bond Market Recap and Outlook

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    Thu, 11 Sep 2014

    exempt municipal bond. High yield corporate bonds are represented by the Barclays ..... Bond Index; investment grade corporate bonds by the Barclays U.S. Corporate ..... are lower than comparably rated corporate bonds . 12 The protracted low-rate

  3. BRIEF-China Enterprise gets regulatory approval to issue up to 1.55 bln yuan bonds

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    Thu, 11 Sep 2014

    * Says gets securities regulator's approval to issue up to 1.55 billion yuan (252.88 million US dollar) corporate bonds

  4. The Error-Proof Portfolio: Is Your 'Balanced' Fund Binging on Junk Bonds?

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    Thu, 11 Sep 2014

    yield bonds should hold up better than high-quality corporate bonds in the intermediate term if interest rates rise and ..... the latitude to invest heavily in lower-quality corporate bonds . See More Articles by Christine Benz

  5. The Still-Sorry State of Bond-Fund Disclosure

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    Thu, 11 Sep 2014

    fund, but that's the point. A generic sector breakdown that sorts a portfolio into buckets like Treasury bonds, corporate bonds , and mortgages is nearly useless if the mortgage bucket comprises 50% of the fund and houses a mix of current

  6. Staying Ahead of the Curve

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    Wed, 10 Sep 2014

    favors European sovereigns and corporate bonds , with the goal not to replace interest rate risk with geopolitical ..... derail its economic recovery. Corporate bonds also offer yield curve diversification ..... interest rate risk. We also favor corporate bonds that are priced off the German

  7. 3 Foreign Bond Funds for Conservative Investors

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    Wed, 10 Sep 2014

    Amid 2008's credit crisis, for example, he shifted more than half of the portfolio into badly beaten-down corporate bonds . That move didn't pay off as the crisis was unfolding but set it up for exceptionally strong returns when the economy

  8. Living Off Dividends With My 3 Favorite Monthly Payers

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    Tue, 9 Sep 2014

    programs. Nearly half (45%) of all government bonds globally are yielding less than 1% and even the yield on corporate bonds has fallen to just 2.9 % for U.S. companies. An investment that yields an annual return of 1% after inflation

  9. What Damage Can Rising Rates Do?

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    Sun, 7 Sep 2014

    apply credit spreads for typical corporate bonds as well as high-yield bonds ..... certainly in Treasury yields. Corporate bonds were somewhat less sensitive. But still, high-quality corporate [ bonds ] were still quite sensitive

    Corporate Bonds found at 2:57, 4:50, 6:40

    return data from that. We could also apply credit spreads for typical corporate bonds as well as high-yield bonds. That would give us a corporate-bond and high-yield bond index going back to 1926. And then we
    they will be the most responsive to changes, certainly in Treasury yields. Corporate bonds were somewhat less sensitive. But still, high-quality corporate [ bonds ] were still quite sensitive. I think one finding that maybe would be less familiar was that stocks weren't all that responsive to
    For high-yield bonds, it is much closer to stocks--fairly low. And then, corporate bonds are in between where [interest-rate changes are] informative, but you have other factors influencing corporate-bond returns, such as spreads, default rates, and
  10. Oaktree Bets Against The U.S. Economy; Investors Might Bet Against Oaktree

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    Wed, 3 Sep 2014

    preparing for the next market downturn. Oaktree invests in bargain priced distressed debts, including shipping debt, corporate bonds and bank loans. John Frank, managing principal of Oaktree, has stated they have no indication of what may cause

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