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Bill Gross retires after four-decade career in bonds

February 4, 2019

Bill Gross, who reigned for decades as the Bond King at Pacific Investment Management Co., is retiring more than four years after jumping to Janus Henderson Group from the fixed-income giant he co-founded. "I've had a wonderful ride for over...

Bond titan blasts 'misguided' bet that Fed hikes are over

February 1, 2019

A investor responsible for $150 billion worth of debt warned markets are getting ahead of themselves with big bets that the Federal Reserve is taking an extended pause in raising interest rates. "The market's assumption that the Fed will not...

Bull market's dividend ride comes back to earth

January 22, 2019

For Lode Devlaminck, it was the turning point — the moment corporate titans and their shareholders had to pay for the excesses of the credit cycle. In October, Anheuser-Busch InBev halved its dividend after the world's largest brewer confronted...

Gundlach warns U.S. economy is floating on 'ocean of debt'

January 14, 2019

Jeffrey Gundlach said yet again that the U.S. economy is gorging on debt. Echoing many of the themes from his annual "Just Markets" webcast Tuesday, Mr. Gundlach took part in a roundtable of 10 of Wall Street's smartest investors for Barron's....

Bill Gross' bond fund suffers $60 million in December redemptions

January 14, 2019

Investors keep pulling money from Bill Gross' bond fund. The Janus Henderson Global Unconstrained Bond Fund suffered about $60 million of redemptions in December, according to Bloomberg estimates. The outflows lowered the fund's assets to $950.4...

Vanguard recommends investors increase non-U.S. holdings to 40%

January 11, 2019

Investors should put about 40% of their portfolios in non-U.S. stocks and bonds to diversify their holdings, according to top executives at Vanguard Group, the fund giant that manages $4.9 trillion. Global stock markets are likely to outperform...

Dash for cash may be starting to reverse as stocks recover

January 10, 2019

Ten days into January, there are signs that investors' appetite for cash, which surged last quarter, is easing, suggesting the stabilization in equities is starting to erode demand for safer investments. Investors pulled a record $745 million...

Gundlach criticizes buy-the-dip mentality

January 9, 2019

Jeffrey Gundlach is worried that investors are getting suckered into buying the dip in stocks, high-yield bonds and leveraged loans. In his annual "Just Markets" webcast Tuesday, DoubleLine Capital's chief investment officer sounded off on a...

Half of BlackRock clients plan to cut equity exposure this year

January 7, 2019

Customers of the world's biggest money manager say they will reduce allocation to equities amid rising concerns about a downturn in global growth. That's the message from BlackRock Inc's annual survey of 230 institutional clients who own $7...

Bonds: 2019 outlook in investing

January 5, 2019

The bond market is embarking on another year of Federal Reserve watching. After raising rates four times in 2018, the Fed is currently projecting just two moves this year. Many economists are calling for slower economic growth, but it's not...

Rotten day on Wall Street, as Apple woes send stocks plunging

January 3, 2019

U.S. stocks sank after a factory gauge dropped the most in a decade and Apple cut its sales outlook, adding to concern that global growth is slowing. Treasuries rallied and the yen strengthened. The S&P 500 Index tumbled 2.5% for its steepest...

U.S. stocks surge in best rally since March 2009

December 26, 2018

U.S. stocks staged one of the biggest rallies of the 9 1/2 year bull market after coming within points of seeing it end, with major indexes surging at least 4.9 percent. Crude jumped almost 10 percent. All but one member of the S&P 500 finished...

Here are three crazy market statistics on a wild day of trading

December 26, 2018

To say that U.S. stocks trading has been odd this week seems like an understatement. All three major U.S. indexes gained at least 4 percent on Wednesday. That's the first time that's happened since 2011. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and...

Stocks hit 19-month low as D.C. turmoil weighs

December 24, 2018

U.S. stocks fell to the lowest since May 2017 as the turmoil in Washington kept investors on edge after the worst week for American equities in almost a decade. Crude sank below $45 a barrel and the dollar tumbled. The S&P 500 slid for a fourth...

Bonds are pulling portfolios into negative territory, not stocks

December 5, 2018

The stock market's 3% drop Tuesday provides the latest proof that volatility is back. But the recent gyrations in major stock market indexes doesn't tell the full story of what's happening inside client portfolios. While marquee benchmarks like...

Fear dictates ETF flows

November 30, 2018

From stocks to bonds to factor funds, safety was the name of the game for ETF investors in November. In a month dominated by midterm elections, trade tussles, Federal Reserve talk and concerns about slower growth, the message was clear: Steer...

As credit concerns grow, short-term bond ETFs see huge inflows

November 20, 2018

As the corporate credit market flashes caution signs, exchange-traded fund investors are seeking shelter in short-term bond funds. The JPMorgan Ultra-Short Income ETF (JPST) saw its third-largest inflow for the past year on Friday, with more...

Worst day of an awful year leaves no part of market unscathed

November 20, 2018

One of the financial markets' toughest years in half a century got appreciably worse Tuesday, with simmering weakness across assets boiling over to leave investors with virtually nowhere to hide. Stocks buckled for a second day, sending the...

JPMorgan says bond ETFs may help neutralize a 'credit bomb'

November 9, 2018

Working on ways to position for a potential collapse in corporate bonds? JPMorgan Chase & Co. has an idea: the exchange-traded funds that track the market. While ETFs would experience collateral damage if a "credit bomb" were to go off, their...

Don't bet on a post-midterm market rally

November 6, 2018

After the U.S. midterm elections, campaign rallies will take a welcome hiatus. Rallies in risk assets could also be harder to come by. Investors warn that the widely expected outcome of a divided Congress may not be fully baked in to asset prices....

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