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As was widely expected, the FOMC voted to reduce the Federal Funds target range by another quarter point following its September policy meeting. Kevin Flanagan discusses whether another cut in December is likely.

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The rally in the U.S. Treasury market has created a rather interesting investment backdrop. Recent market events have left investors with some important decisions to make in their fixed income portfolios. Kevin Flanagan helps investors with their decision process.

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When looking at the money and bond markets, they almost seem to be saying to the Federal Reserve (Fed), “Would you please cut rates already?” Against this backdrop, we continue to advocate for a solution designed to help fixed income investors navigate the waters that loom ahead without making a high conviction bet on where rates are headed: the barbell strategy.

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The current landscape for the fixed income arena can be defined by two key factors: the yield curve and household cash positions. These two forces have placed a premium on short-term government investments in bond-land. Instead of going into products that are fixed in nature, Kevin Flanagan examines why investors should look to floating rate strategies instead.

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It’s all about the data, with the jobs report being front and center. But what happens when the data doesn’t fit into the Treasury market’s narrative?

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The U.S. Treasury yield curve became inverted last week for the first time since 2007, a noteworthy development in bond-land. Kevin Flanagan provides some quick insights on what this means for your fixed income portfolio.

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