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Author Archives: Mike Temple
I think the low yield spreads of today’s bond market – the difference in yield over Treasuries – together with interest rates expected to rise, favors a flexible, value-oriented, multi-sector approach to fixed income investing. I also think that kind of … Continue reading
This is the final in a three-part series on Innovation Trends Retooling the U.S. Economy. In the first two parts of this series, we highlighted three trends that are driving changes in the U.S. economy, affecting employment, productivity and profitability dynamics: … Continue reading
This is the second in a three-part series on Innovation Trends Retooling the U.S. Economy. Technology is advancing far more rapidly than many of us can fathom. And it is not just discovery, but also societal adoption. History shows a … Continue reading
Regulatory constraints aimed at reducing risk in the banking industry have had the effect of reducing liquidity in certain segments of the bond markets. At the same time, credit risk has been rising as corporations expand their balance sheets with … Continue reading
This is the first in a three-part series on Innovation Trends Retooling the U.S. Economy. Five years after the Great Financial Crisis (GFC), despite improvements in GDP growth and employment, the U.S. public still seems to be oppressed by a … Continue reading