Brandywine Global Investment Management’s fund manager Jack McIntyre is exiting the Canadian bond and currency markets because the loonie is overvalued and he sees better opportunities in Mexico.
The gulf between bulls and bears has never widened so quickly in the $12 trillion market for U.S. government bonds.
America’s shale boom is providing an unintended benefit to U.S. government bonds.
The worst first half for Treasuries in four years has wrung the unprecedented Federal Reserve stimulus out of bond prices as investors now look to low inflation and slow economic growth to contain yields.
President Barack Obama knows who is the boss: the bond market.
The risk of owning sovereign bonds has fallen to a two-year low, setting the stage for more gains by the riskiest government securities as the investors look to a healing world economy.
Shinzo Abe is set to become the best friend of investors in Treasuries as Japan’s prime minister buys U.S. government bonds to weaken the yen and boost his nation’s slowing economy.
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