Fed Anticipates Near-Zero Rates for 3+ Years

Fed Anticipates Near-Zero Rates for 3+ Years

Bloomberg reported today that the Federal Reserve expects to hold rates steady through 2023 until inflation reaches 2% in effort to help the economy recover from the pandemic. Fed Chair Jerome Powell and other Fed officials have stated in recent weeks that a full...
Comments on Interest Rates and the Yield Curve

Comments on Interest Rates and the Yield Curve

February 1, 2019. By J.D. Wolfsberg: With a volatile interest rate environment, the yield curve is often the topic of discussion in the business media. However, this topic and its implications are not always fully understood by the general public. In short, the yield...
Market Commentary: Outlook and Review

Market Commentary: Outlook and Review

January 9, 2019. By Mark Barry: Despite strong US economic growth and a favorable environment for corporate America, the majority of asset classes struggled to deliver positive total returns for investors in 2018. While the year started off on the right foot, bearish...
Fed Anticipates Near-Zero Rates for 3+ Years

Bond Market Note: November 15, 2016

November 15, 2016. By John Wolfsberg: The bond market has witnessed a significant back up in yields as a result of the surprising win by Donald Trump in last week’s Presidential election. Going into Tuesday, the market had been positioned for a Clinton win, but as...