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Kevin Erdmann
January 2020 Yield Curve Update By Kevin Erdmann - Feb 06, 2020

Interest rates have declined back toward the August lows (though they have bounced back up a bit over the past couple of days). Generally, this month has continued the trend that suggests the Fed will...

James Picerno
US Bonds Roar Out Of The Gate In 2020 By James Picerno - Jan 30, 2020

The new year is not quite a month old but that hasn’t stopped US bonds from piling up impressive returns. For the strongest corners of fixed income, it’s fair to say that 2020 has been...

Ashraf Laidi
Powell Keeps Bonds Bid Ahead Of U.S. GDP By Ashraf Laidi - Jan 30, 2020

The Fed cracked open the door to cutting rates later this year by emphasizing that the central bank is determined to avoid the kind of low inflation that's plaguing several developed countries....

Gary Tanashian
The Fed: The Inflation Machine By Gary Tanashian - Dec 19, 2019

The Continuum (the systematic downtrend in long-term Treasury yields) has for decades given the Fed the green light on inflation. Sometimes it runs hot (as per the red arrows) and sometimes it runs...

Tim Knight
Bonds In Peril By Tim Knight - Dec 17, 2019

As if the equity bulls needed any more help, bonds, by way of TLT, is making its way toward what would be a fairly important support failure. As interest rates creep higher, IYR is...

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