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    There are fundamental reasons why rates are so low today, but that doesn't mean there aren't potentially significant risks to holding bonds, says Western Asset's Steve Walsh.

  2. Are Corporate Bond Investors Getting Paid Enough?

    Fri, 12 Apr 2013

    Although the interest rate spread between corporates and Treasuries looks reasonable, because interest rates themselves are so low, corporate bond investors aren't being adequately compensated on an all-in basis, says Morningstar's Dave Sekera.

  3. Fuss: Time for Caution and Selectivity in Bonds

    Fri, 12 Apr 2013

    Relative to history and expectations, bonds are overpriced in general, says Loomis Sayles Bond manager Dan Fuss, who is taking a selective approach with caution toward credit risk.

  4. Walsh: Could Get Bumpy When Fed Tightens

    Mon, 15 Apr 2013

    Although the Fed is likely to keep policy very loose through the end of the year, the unprecedented nature of the intervention means we can't tell what the disruption to financial markets will be when the Fed pulls back, says Western Asset's Steve Walsh.

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