As securitized markets continue their evolution, rigorous security selection can separate tailwinds from the traps.
While dovish comments by the Fed have recently buoyed markets, looking under the hood of global central bank balance sheets raises longer-term concerns about the legacy of quantitative easing.
Ten years have passed since the financial crisis and many pundits are using this arbitrary anniversary to prognosticate the next great financial calamity. This week, CLOs take their turn in the spotlight.
The Fed ends all re-investments of Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities.
The curious case of triple-C’s and short IG corporates.
Credit fundamentals remain largely intact. However, dispersion among industries and issuers is increasing. In this environment, security selection is critical.
Understanding the unique design features of cash balance pension plans is a critical component of building an appropriate investment strategy.
In the new tax environment, municipal bonds may become less appealing for P&C insurance companies.