Loomis Sayles Core Plus Bond is an excellent choice for fixed-income investors who can handle some volatility.
We've split the old intermediate-term bond group into two new categories.
We've lowered Loomis Sayles Bond's Morningstar Analyst Rating to Silver.
Know what to expect from your intermediate-term bond fund.
Equities stung a handful of bond funds in the fourth quarter.
Valuations and a surge in BBB rated issuance are giving managers pause.
These funds prove their worth when markets turn rocky.
Gold-rated Dodge & Cox Income is simply one of the best bond funds around.
Modest gains for most investors, but the riskiest funds continued to flourish in the third quarter.
It's a good time to take stock of the credit risk in your portfolio.
Where Morningstar Medalists are finding value.
Experienced management and a successful often-contrarian, value-driven approach make Silver-rated Loomis Sayles Strategic Income a fine choice for patient investors.
Despite a Fed rate hike, most fixed-income funds have posted gains so far this year.
Three top bond managers offer insights into the risks and opportunities in the fixed-income markets.
In part one of a Morningstar interview, Laird Landmann, Dana Emery, and Ken Leech offer their insights on what the Fed has in store.
2016 was anything but a quiet year for bond-fund investors.
The third quarter in bond funds.
Brexit-related volatility was not enough to take the sheen off an otherwise strong quarter for risky assets.
If preserving principal in the near term is an investor’s primary objective, then this fund will likely do the trick.
The year 2015 was a disappointing one for most bond-fund investors.
A rough stretch for high yield is a reminder that the sector can require a strong stomach.
With three Morningstar Medalists in the intermediate-term bond category, the firm has built an impressive core bond effort with a straightforward, risk-conscious approach.
An update on the firm eight months after Bill Gross' departure.
Morningstar is not making any changes to its ratings on the PIMCO lineup of mutual funds as a result of the departure.
2014 was full of surprises.