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Retaliatory tariffs raise concerns about slowing global economic growth and rising recession risk.
Reconsidering where you park your cash can help capture higher yields.
Are so-called green bonds worthy of the label?
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The Federal Reserve has paused rate hikes—now what?
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Negative interest rates—especially at the long end of the yield curve—are a new phenomenon.
There are now more than $13 trillion worth of negative-yielding bonds in the global market. Just the idea of it runs counter to logic, and yet the amount continues to grow. Kathy Jones takes a closer look on this week’s episode of Bond Market Today.
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Here’s what to look for when choosing general obligation muni bonds.
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Investors now face three headwinds: the potential for lower income payments, limited room for price appreciation and deteriorating covenant quality.
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Annuities can help provide income and protection against market dips—but which kind should you choose? Vice president of income planning Rob Williams explains the differences between immediate fixed annuities and variable annuities.
On this week’s episode of Bond Market Today, Kathy Jones discusses the Fed’s recent interest rate cut and what it means for bond investors.
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