Is the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank a single, contained bank failure or an indicator of further instability across the banking system?
The fixed income market was even less attractive than equities in 2022. So why are investors hearing that ‘bonds are back’ for 2023?
With bond yields higher than they’ve been in years, Fixed Income Manager Matt Eagan discusses the opportunities he is pursuing in the fixed income markets.
Loomis Sayles’ Core Plus Bond Co-Manager delves into interest rate levels, global growth prospects and where yield opportunities may be in bond markets.
The world changed in 2022 and ‘recession’ has been trending ever since. So, what should investors know about the R-word?
Portfolio strategist Garrett Melson discusses improving valuations in fixed income, particularly investment grade corporate bond.
Portfolio strategists look ahead to the capital market forces in play for 2023, from inflation and Fed policy to asset headwinds, tailwinds and risks.
High yield is in relatively good shape if recession hits while bank loans are more challenged. Matt Eagan of Loomis Sayles’ Full Discretion Team explains.
Portfolio strategists discuss topics including the path of inflation, supply chain dynamics, dollar strength and the markets’ reactions.
Now’s the time to balance interest rate and credit risk in fixed income portfolios, explains Matt Eagan, Co-Head of Loomis Sayles’ Full Discretion Team.
While the road ahead may be challenging and uneven, the yield curve can be over-interpreted. Loomis Sayles Core Plus Team Member Michael Gladchun explains.
Insurers around the world are stuck between a rock and a hard place. Low rates inflate liabilities, but regulation prevents insurers from pursuing alternatives.
The 2019 Global Retirement Index reveals three critical threats to retirement security – interest rates, demographics, and climate change – as well as what they mean for individuals and institutions.
Our 2019 Institutional Outlook explores the nine trends driving institutional strategy for 2019.