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Can Treasury yields rise even if the Federal Reserve doesn’t raise rates? The 2021 experience has shown investors that they certainly can. Kevin Flanagan discusses.

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As investors sort through the aftermath of the recent bond market turmoil, there have been questions around potential value and income opportunities in the fixed income space. Kevin Flanagan explains why he has high hopes for the U.S. high-yield corporate bond sector.

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The Federal Open Market Committee delivered on its highly anticipated rate hike at its September meeting. The Federal Reserve raised rates three times this year and has entered its final phase of the balance sheet normalization. Where do we think the Fed could be headed for the final three months of this year and into 2019?

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Just shy of three years ago, we launched the WisdomTree Barclays Yield Enhanced U.S. Aggregate Bond Fund, which seeks to track the yield and performance of the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Enhanced Yield Index. As interest rates started to rise in 2016, investors have questioned whether a strategy that is one year longer in duration than the benchmark is prudent. As we highlight below, we believe our approach continues to deliver value in the core of investor bond portfolios.

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In 2013, WisdomTree created a suite of interest rate-hedged fixed income strategies to help investors navigate rising rates. Bradley Krom explains the drivers of return in a rate-hedged position.

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On March 21, the Federal Open Market Committee voted to increase the Federal Funds Rate target for the sixth time since December 2015. We highlight the rationale for our highest-conviction fixed income trade over the next two years and why investors should be investing in floating rate Treasuries instead of three-month t-bills.

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