BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- JPMorgan (JPM - Get Report), Charles Schwab (SCHW - Get Report) and BlackRock (BLK - Get Report) are among financial firms offering more fixed-income investments after Americans lost trillions of dollars in the stock-market crash.In a deal struck yesterday, Schwab's 7.8 million client brokerage accounts will have access to JPMorgan's fixed-income securities, including new-issue and secondary municipal bonds, corporate debt and non-convertible preferred securities. BlackRock, which has $1.1 trillion in fixed-income assets under management, on Monday introduced two new funds "specifically designed to capitalize on current opportunities in today's fixed-income marketplace."
JPMorgan, Schwab Push Deeper Into Bonds
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