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The list of opponents to the Federal Reserve’s “easy money forever” policy is growing longer. In the U.K. … we learned that the Bank of England is tilting more to the hawkish side.
A remarkable thing happened this week. Truly remarkable. But just in case it got lost amid the Egyptian chaos … coverage of the subzero temperatures up north … or the after-analysis of the
Morningstar’s Christine Benz discusses current pockets of opportunity with director of ETF research Scott Burns, dividend strategist Josh Peters, and associate director of fixed-income
The subject of the VIX and Treasury yields is one I have probably not explored in sufficient detail in this space, so with some recent developments, this seems like a good time to dive into that
Jason Stipp, and Timothy Strauts from Morningstar sat down to discuss the iPath US Treasury Flattener ETN (NYSE:FLAT). The iPath US Treasury Flattener Exchange Traded Note is
So, is the United States headed towards deflation? While the financial markets have worried about it off and on for many months, of more concern right now is a potential bubble in the U.S. Treasury market. My colleague, Investment U’s Alexander Green, has noted several times the dangers of buying
Many individual investors spend their time thinking about stocks. Which stocks are going up? How high are they going? Should I buy now?
There’s been a lot of talk recently about a flattening yield curve, a condition where the yields on short-term and long-dated Treasuries converge. This is especially bad news for banks because a
Barclays Bank PLC announced that today is the first day of trading for eight new iPath Exchange traded Notes (ETNs) on the NYSE-Arca stock exchange. These are the first iPath® ETNs that provide