Bond market sell-off likely a question of when, not if, and investors 'have no idea what's about to happen'.
The Pimco chief discusses his outlook on bonds, interest rates and why the so-called great rotation out of bonds isn't likely to happen.
Bond ETF users tout the ease with which they can get into and out of bond markets as the top reason for using the products. But that liquidity could be a double-edged sword.
In the fixed-income world, a stronger economy is a likely boost for companies that issue high-yield debt because it bodes well for honoring those debt obligations.
Whether or not the 30-year bull market in bonds goes out in a blaze of glory tomorrow, new investment strategies that are intended to thrive in a rising-rate environment are fast emerging.
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Mary Beth Franklin, InvestmentNews
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