How today’s ever-evolving credit cycles and complex global markets demand flexibility and why Loomis Sayles’ Core Plus Bond Team takes a tactical approach
Implications of rising interest rates, growing valuations and liquidity on portfolio positioning are answered by EJ Tateosian, CFA.®
Co-managers of Loomis Sayles Core Plus Bond assess fixed income markets and portfolio positioning for an eventual recovery in the US and Global economies.
Trend-following managers from AlphaSimplex analyze new market moves, inflation, and what it may mean for bonds, commodities, and currencies.
The Loomis Sayles Municipal Bond Team provides an overview on the current municipal bond market and their outlook for the remainder of the year.
Amid pandemic-related stimulus relief and vaccination progress, investors may want to consider how to prepare for increased inflation risk.
Macro specialist Esty Dwek looks at interest rates and inflation risk amid the Covid-19 vaccination effort and economic recovery.
PM and macro analyst Jack Janasiewicz believes markets will remain preoccupied with rates and inflation, despite an absence of strong signals from the Fed.
Loomis Sayles features outlooks from our sector teams — teams composed of traders, analysts, strategists and portfolio managers immersed in their respective sectors of the market.
Short-term bonds may be an option for investors looking to navigate a challenging fixed income market – here are three reasons why
Deferred payments and 0% interest on federal student debt from the CARES Act may spell opportunity for investors with monthly loan payments.
Veteran team of Elaine Stokes, Matt Eagan, and Brian Kennedy discuss succession plans as Dan Fuss steps away from portfolio management. They also share views on 2021 global fixed income markets.
Loomis Sayles fixed income managers explain how they look to capitalize on persistent inefficiencies and drive excess return potential in corporate credit.
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.