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With Treasury bond yields near all-time lows, many are reluctant to invest in longer-term bonds—but sitting in very short-term investments could mean lower income if short-term rates decline. What’s an investor to do?
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As the 2021 LIBOR phase-out deadline approaches, officials are warning investors to prepare for a world without the key benchmark rate.
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U.S. stocks plunged Wednesday, as weak economic data rattled investors. Here’s what you should know.
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Although investing in in-state municipal bonds may have tax advantages, there can be good reasons to buy out-of-state munis.
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The Schwab Center for Financial Research’s theme for 2019 was “be prepared,” and that still holds true. Here’s what we expect to see for the remainder of the year.
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Central banks in Europe and Japan have pushed policy rates below zero. Here are five reasons why we think negative yields are unlikely here.
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Revenue bonds account for nearly two-thirds of all investment-grade municipal bonds outstanding, but they tend to get less attention than general obligation bonds. Here’s what investors should know.
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Preferred securities’ yields have fallen sharply this year, pulling up prices to their highest levels since late 2017. With prices so high, total returns going forward are likely to be relatively low.
Reconsidering where you park your cash can help capture higher yields.
Are so-called green bonds worthy of the label?
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