an average duration in the intermediate term, meaning five to 10 years for taxable bonds and seven to 12 years for municipal bonds . The portfolio would still be susceptible to price declines as interest rates rise, but the short-term bonds allow
such as Treasuries and investment grade corporate and municipal bonds . We also suggest maintaining average portfolio duration ..... investment grade corporate bonds and seven to 12 years for municipal bonds . I hope this enhanced your understanding of labor markets
to do much to hurt holders of those utilities’ municipal bonds . In July, the California State Water Resources Control ..... hope this enhanced your understanding of California municipal bonds for water utilities. I welcome your feedback—clicking
We'd don't expect this mutual fund to stay down for long.
Malkiel suggests, but their prices seem right for today. For Specialized Tastes Malkiel concludes by recommending municipal bonds over taxable bonds (for taxable accounts, of course). As with emerging-markets stocks, munis tend to trade
work in the market today. Q: Municipal bonds have outperformed in recent months ..... to invest in the market? Are municipal bonds still attractive? Deane: We ..... may lose value. Income from municipal bonds may be subject to state and local
federal government debt, U.S. regulators are set to approve a final liquidity rule next week reportedly excluding municipal bonds from being among banks' high-quality, highly liquid assets. Treasurys and balances held at the Fed, of course
its total assets in securities that comprise the benchmark index. The index is composed of 1,449 publicly traded municipal bonds that cover the U.S. dollar-denominated high-yield short-term tax-exempt bond market. It is non-diversified
approving 10 provinces and cities to sell bonds on their own credit in a trial program to introduce the western-style municipal bonds . Instead of resorting to shadow banking channels, the local governments will now have an additional financing channel
Aug 26 (Reuters) - Atlantic City, the down-on-its-luck New Jersey gambling mecca, will sell up to $140 million of municipal bonds later this year to pay for property tax appeals by its overvalued...