BlackRock Says `Absolutely Critical' to Look at China Bonds
U.S. life and annuity issuers are major bond buyers.
Pimco's Ivascyn Says Trump Jr. Controversy Alters Market Outlook
Likelihood of U.S. reforms dims as distractions increase; the Fed’s path on rates looks gradual as growth prospects slow.
MetLife to Acquire Bond Manager
The insurer hopes to work with more institutional investment consultants.
Cross-Asset Quants Bitten by Fed, Facing Worst Losses in a Decade
CTA funds plunge 5.1% for poorest period since '07; selloff in stocks, bonds worry critics of systematic funds.
Treasury Yields Top Gundlach’s ‘Critical Level’
On Twitter, the bond king shares his views on the 10-year and sounds off on volatility and Pimco’s treatment of Bill Gross.
China's Bonds Are Ready to Join the World Stage
Portfolio managers will have a new place to look for yield.
SEC Probes Morgan Stanley, Barclays Over Puerto Rico Bonds
Firms underwrote island’s $3.5 billion sale in March 2014; was last major issue by island before it declared bankruptcy.
Stop Fooling Yourself About 8% Easy Returns
Too many retirement savers are counting on gains over 9%.
Gundlach: Machines Won’t Push Humans Out of Finance
The billionaire DoubleLine founder was interviewed at a Fixed Income Analysts Society event, where he and Dana Emery of Dodge & Cox were honorees.
Yields Suggest Greenspan ‘Conundrum’ Redux, PGIM’S Schiller Says
Maybe what's good for insurers would be fine for bond traders.