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Keeping Your Bond Perspective: Declines, Rallies and the Role of Bonds

Help end investors understand that bailing out of bonds could mean locking in losses and missing a potential recovery.


What's Ahead in 2023?

Global Investment Strategist Rob Almeida explores how inflation may impact earnings and his outlook for stocks and bonds this year.


Looking into What's Ahead in 2023: Be Careful of What You Think You Know

How most forecasts in 2022 were wrong and what the next business cycle could bring.


Exploring Asset-Backed Securities and Current Market Conditions

Examining the asset-backed market, consumer strength and where we are finding opportunities and risks.


Can bond investors influence issuers' behavior?

Our perspective on how bondholders can hold power over corporates.


Navigating Risks and Finding Opportunities in Global Bond Markets

Exploring risks in global bonds and how we strive to capitalize on changing market dynamics.


Global Bonds—Volatility & Uncertainty Here to Stay

Dislocations breed opportunity. As active fixed income managers, we look past the noise and focus on fundamentals and valuations.


5 Reasons to Consider Fixed Income Now

Explore why we think value has been restored to fixed income after more than a decade and why now is a good time to assess allocations.


Global Economy Facing Five Finger Discount

In the 1970s, as the US struggled through a deep recession, shopkeepers were constantly on the watch for stretched consumers looking to employ the so-called "five finger discount," a euphemism for shoplifting. Today, central bankers around the world need to be mindful of five growth-robbing challenges threatening the global economy over the course of the next several business cycles. Stalling globalization, unfavorable demography, excessive leverage, a harsher regulatory environment and rising taxes are creating a five-finger discount that much of the world will be hard pressed to avoid.