From David Fabian: With so much money tied up in longer-term corporate bonds, the risk of rising interest rates means investors should be shifting to shorter-term ones.
From BlackRock: Global corporate bond spreads have shrunk this year and are expected to tighten further, should the European Central Bank (ECB) extend its asset purchases. Richard Turnill explains what this could mean to investors.
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As the ETF world has grown over the past few years, investors have had the opportunity to access a number of different asset classes that were once off-limits to the average investor.
Innovation in the bond ETF space in recent years has been truly impressive, resulting in the introduction of a number of products that allow investors to fine tune their fixed income exposure.
As investors have become more comfortable with the marriage of fixed income exposure and the ETF wrapper, billions of dollars have flowed into bond ETFs in recent years. Impressive innovation
As strength of a sustainable economic recovery continues to remain wary, unemployment remains high and consumer demand grows at a snail’s pace, corporate bonds, and the exchange traded