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Gundlach plays down HY fears

Bond guru Jeffrey Gundlach looks to emerging markets and infrastructure bonds, and dampens down fears of a high yield meltdown.

JPM's Iain Stealey: behind the bond star's winning performance

The writing is, once again, on the wall for bond markets in 2017, with many investors insisting the 30-year bull bond market is finally about to catch a cold. JP Morgan Asset Management’s Iain Stealey isn’t buying it though

Gundlach warns ‘black hole of illiquidity’ emerging in HY

Citywire + rated blockbuster bond manager says rate rise environment will heap pressure on junk bonds and US stocks.

Gundlach: Fed has regained cred, will hike till ‘something breaks'

Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive of DoubleLine Capital, said in a webcast on Tuesday that he expects more sequential hikes from the Fed.

Gundlach swipes at ‘second tier’ Gross over bond forecast

DoubleLine founder says rival’s assertion that 2.60% yield on 10-year treasury would mark bond bear, missed relevant recent trading.

It's not a bubble, it's a bond binge, says DoubleLine's Sherman

DoubleLine Capital’s deputy CIO says investors have lived and binged on debt for a long period of time, and highlights how the bond market has become overpriced.

Gundlach gets gloomy; backs Tips and Trump

DoubleLine star manager Jeffrey Gundlach warns investors to expect rising inflation and an increased deficit

Pimco vs Gross: how their unconstrained bond strategies compare

Citywire Investment Research runs the rule over the unconstrained fund the veteran launched and how it stacks up with the one he left behind.

Nordea unveils new global equity fund

Investment firm strengthens 'Stars' range with new strategy seeking long-term opportunities, Citywire Selector has learned.

Hasenstab opens up on Global Bond fund’s poor performance

Despite one of his key funds falling more than 10% and shedding nearly $7 billion over the past year, Franklin Templeton manager Michael Hasenstab remains resolute.