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September 16, 2020

The Muni Market Cools Off

The robust recovery in muni bonds finally lost steam in August. Issuance remains strong but rising uncertainty has tempered demand.

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September 14, 2020

Investors Love College

Years of working hard, playing hard, and practicing esoteric marching band routines have paid off for US colleges’ class of 2020: they’ve graduated with the highest mark in bond sales since 2004. US colleges have sold $36 billion worth of debt to investors so far this year.

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BMO Global Asset Management

September 10, 2020

September 2020 Fixed Income Market Update

In our view, in a landscape of improved risk sentiment and strong demand for yield, U.S. corporates appear attractive even noting the recompression of spreads since the first quarter.

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Global X ETFs

September 9, 2020

Income Monitor: Q2 2020

This report seeks to provide broad, macro level insights into the income characteristics of various asset classes and strategies.

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Vanguard Investments

September 9, 2020

Market Perspectives: September 2020

In this latest Market Perspectives issue, we highlight the Vanguard house view on a number of current macroeconomic and market topics including monetary policy, economic growth, currencies, trade, asset returns and more.

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Janus Henderson

September 4, 2020

Bond Markets Channel Their Inner Tubthumping

The Global Bonds Team states that while supportive monetary policy has helped global bond markets get up off the mat, bond investors must still keep an eye on issuer fundamentals and consider employing a wider range of tools to achieve the characteristics typically associated with a fixed income allocation.

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September 3, 2020

The Death of the 60/40 Portfolio

Should investors start to move away from bonds in their current allocations? Will the standard hedging function and diversification benefits of bonds will be much less attractive going forward?

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September 1, 2020

Ridin’ High

This here stock market’s had some ups and downs this year, but according to Goldman Sachs, there are still more rootin’ tootin’ returns to be had. Yeehaw!

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