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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.
Long on bonds: corporate bonds’ best and biggest compared
VIDEO: Does the assets heavyweight hold his own in performance terms? Dr Nisha Long takes a closer look.
MFS promotes PMs in fixed income reshuffle
Boston-based asset manager makes a number of senior management appointments within its fixed income department.
Chile regulator approves raft of Asian, European and US funds
The country’s CCR has approved 23 new strategies, mutual funds and ETFs, for investment by Chile’s AFPs.
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.
Gross: Yellen ‘a dove at heart’ despite third rate rise
The Federal Reserves stays clear on making a statement on the potential impact of fiscal policy as it pins its motivation to financial conditions.
Capital Group launches US corporate bond fund
Investment firm overseeing $1.4 trillion in assets bolsters European range with new approach focusing on investment grade debt.
Long on bonds: inflation-linked leaders and biggest players
VIDEO: Citywire Investment Research runs the rule over the specialist sector’s stand-out and compares them with biggest money-takers.
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.