Fixed Income: Will Rates Change as the Election Nears?
SVP, Head of Fixed Income
1 How markets have historically reacted to elections
In this piece, we look to provide some visibility and clarity into how markets have historically reacted to the occasion as well as some post-election expectations.
2How the Federal Reserve's response to COVID-19 is driving our current range expectations
The Fed has articulated its desire to maintain stability in the marketplace.
3How bonds play a significant role in all diversified portfolios
We believe staying invested in shorter dated issues may provide protection if or when interest rates begin to rise.
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