Is Now the Time to Buy Fixed Income?

April 6, 2021 — Interest rates have risen remarkably since August, from 0.52% on August 4 to 1.74% on March 31, resulting in negative total returns for bond investors. While we may be entering an era of higher GDP growth and inflation expectations, it’s important to remember what typically happens to core bond returns following such sharp interest rate moves.

  • DATE: April 6, 2021
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