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Consider Correlation When Interest Rates Rise

04/10/2014
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Consider correlation within fixed income when interest rates rise.

All Fixed Income Sectors Are Not Created Equal

03/25/2014
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Will they or won’t they? Last week, Federal Reserve Chair Yellen testified before the Senate Banking Committee the central bank’s plans to keep interest rates low for some time, yet minutes from the Fed’s January meeting reveal internal debate about whether the timetable to raise short-term rates should be sooner rather than later.

Outlook Favorable for Bank Loans: Quality is Key

02/10/2014
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In 2013, floating rate bank loans demonstrated a healthy resilience to interest rates during a volatile year for fixed income.

Bank Loans: A Stable, Long-Term Total Return History

12/17/2013
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Newfleet blog focuses on long-term total return history of bank loan market

With Bank Loans Near Par, Have They Lost Their Value?

10/15/2013
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Bank loans proved to be very resilient during this summer’s Treasury volatility and remain a leading fixed income sector for the year, returning 3.53% through September (S&P/LSTA Leveraged Loan Index).

Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.

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