The economic data confirms the Fed can exit its long-standing zero-interest-rate policy, says Chief Investment Strategist for Fixed Income Jeffrey Rosenberg. Read about this and more in the February fixed income update.
Less than two months into 2015, the year has been off to a volatile start. Jeff Rosenberg offers his outlook on what is yet to come.
For the last six years, fixed income investors have been rewarded for reaching for yield amidst low volatility. Jeff Rosenberg explains why the good run might end in 2015.
As we begin a new year, the first after six years of quantitative easing, many investors are wondering what to expect from the Federal Reserve in 2015. Jeff Rosenberg lends his perspective.
While the U.S. economy appears to be recovering, the same is not true for Europe and Japan. Jeff Rosenberg explains how the actions of the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan affect the U.S. market.
Given the current low interest rate environment, investors are considering global fixed income for higher yields. Jeff Rosenberg shares his thoughts on looking globally for yield.
Despite the spillover effects of Fed policy on the U.S. economy, Jeff Rosenberg explains why higher interest rates won't necessarily derail the U.S. economic recovery.
In this week s video, Jeff Rosenberg discusses why this year is an inflection point in monetary policy and reveals three things bond buyers should be doing now.
Jeff Rosenberg sheds light on how changes in monetary policy will affect the inflation outlook and where investors should look to add value to their fixed income portfolio.
In this week's video, Jeff Rosenberg discusses the implications of rising interest rates and the importance of shortening your duration but not owning short duration.