Aging Populations Set to Spur Higher Interest Rates, Says Study
The popular view is that the aging of the boomers is holding rates down.
US Pensions Are on Verge of Corporate-Bond Shopping Spree
Company pensions are nearing a tipping point that’s poised to send them on a buying spree in the U.S. corporate bond market.
Trump’s Border Tax Threat May Weaponize the Dollar
Things may even out in the U.S., but emerging markets will suffer.
Mexican ‘Trump ETF’ Sends Positive Signal for Clinton
The largest, U.S.-listed, Mexican exchange-traded fund is witnessing record inflows.
Goldman Says U.S. Bondholders Risk a $1.1 Trillion Hit if Rates Spike
A 1% increase in interest rates could inflict such a mega loss in the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Index, according to Goldman analysts.