Even though the ECB has already bought about €800 billion in assets through QE measures, its corporate bond buying plan could be a game changer.
By Bob Ciura | Jan 4, 2016
For brave investors, the sell-off in junk bonds and junk bond funds has created some attractive opportunities.
By Lawrence Meyers | Jul 24, 2015
There's a lot of anxiety surrounding Treasury bonds. Many institutions and investors peg their hopes, dreams and fears around this particular investment.
By Stephen Mauzy | Jun 24, 2015
The prospect of a higher federal funds rate has investors hesitant to buy bonds. But I think opportunities exist in the right bond investments.
By Kent Thune | Jun 9, 2015
The noise in bond markets is rising on speculation that the Fed will up interest rates in 2015. Should investors be concerned about bond prices?
By Ian Wyatt | Jun 4, 2015
When the Federal Reserve quickly lowered interest rates from 5.25% to 0.25% in the wake of the Great Recession, income investors had to change course.
By Stephen Mauzy | May 13, 2015
Since the beginning of the year, the Federal Reserve has held court in financial markets. When and how much will it raise interest rates?
By Kent Thune | Jan 29, 2015
Bill Gross may have parted ways with PIMCO, but that doesn't mean he's no longer the bond king.
By Stephen Mauzy | Jan 28, 2015
Bill Gross has invested $700 million in his new Janus bond fund; should investors follow his lead?
By Chris Preston | Jun 23, 2014
The Fed is finally winding down QE3, reducing its monthly bond purchases from $85 billion to $35 billion in the last six months. But investors don’t seem to fear the “taper” the way they did last summer. In fact, if last week’s Fed announcement was any evidence, investors seem totally indifferent to tapering and QE3. [...]