Fed Rate Hike on Hold Until 2017, Says RBC Wealth Management

Fed Rate Hike on Hold Until 2017, Says RBC Wealth Management

Fixed income investors shouldn't worry about a Federal Reserve rate increase until 2017 according to RBC Wealth Management.

Muni Bond Demand Strong Heading into Second Half

Muni Bond Demand Strong Heading into Second Half

Municipal bonds have shined year-to-date as evidenced by the three percent return in the iShares National Muni Bond ETF.

Brexit Volatility Creating Opportunities for Bonds

Brexit Volatility Creating Opportunities for Bonds

Given all the post Brexit volatility there is no better time to be in a long/short bond fund, according to one portfolio manager.

Rescue Bill for Puerto Rico Looks Set to Win Final Approval

Rescue Bill for Puerto Rico Looks Set to Win Final Approval

A restructuring bill for Puerto Rico's debt passed a key vote, which increases the likelihood that it will be approved.

Bond Rally Continues Thanks to Brexit

Bond Rally Continues Thanks to Brexit

There's nothing like the threat of recession to push bond prices up.

Hunting for Value in Muni Bonds

Hunting for Value in Muni Bonds

Should investors be looking at municipal bonds for safety and yield?

Muni Bond Demand Likely Won’t Slack Off in Second Half

Muni Bond Demand Likely Won’t Slack Off in Second Half

Municipal bond yields could come under pressure in the near term if the steady cash flows into open end mutual funds slows.

3 High-Quality Bond Funds for Portfolio 'Ballast' During Rough Economic Seas

3 High-Quality Bond Funds for Portfolio 'Ballast' During Rough Economic Seas

As investors flee to safety, these high-income bond funds offer the yield and stability you need.

TIPS, Munis Trump High Yield as Fed Stays on Hold

TIPS, Munis Trump High Yield as Fed Stays on Hold

The yield curve continues to flatten as the Federal Reserve stays on the sidelines, making it hard for bond investors.

Buy Munis and Stay Flexible Says Payden & Rygel

Buy Munis and Stay Flexible Says Payden & Rygel

U.S. stock and bond markets are fairly valued, if not somewhat overvalued given the current macroeconomic backdrop, says Payden & Rygel.