Inflation-Indexed Treasury Bonds: Cash Flows, Taxes and Simulated Returns
- Finding value beyond the mainstream. GILLHAM, ANTHONY // Money Marketing;5/15/2014, Issue 1436, p29
The author discusses trends in developed market government bonds, emerging market debt, and specialist credit. According to the author, fixed income in developed market government bonds has enjoyed a strong start in 2014 and has provided inflation-busting returns. The author adds that emerging...
- Economic Risk: Investors To Lock In On MBonos. // Latin America Monitor: Mexico Monitor;Jul2010, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p5
The article reports that the yield on the peso-denominated treasury of Mexico, MBono, has hit a record low of 7.1%, as the local fixed income market stands to benefit from higher liquidity and the participation of a wider range of institutional and portfolio investors from around the world.
- Flight to Quality Widens Spreads. // Global Finance;Nov2002, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p23
Reveals that gains from fixed-income prices have come primarily in U.S. Treasury securities and not in corporate bonds, according to analysts. Flow away from risk and toward safety; Widening of corporate spreads over treasuries; Cutting portfolio allocations of corporates in favor of...
- Fixing interest on the future. Miney, Aaron // BRW;5/25/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 20, p21
Focuses on the value of fixed-interest investments. Effect of taxes and inflation on return; Prediction on government bonds; Influence of sub-investment-grade bonds and emerging-market debt on returns.
- Getting the best out of cash. // Finweek;11/8/2007, p56
The article discusses that the money market instruments have become the preferred investment holding in the Fixed Income Investments boutique. This follows the uncertain outlook for inflation and little apparent value in long-dated Government bond yields. Ameesha Chagan, lead portfolio manager...
- S&P warns of fixed-income risks. Rich, Sara // Money Management;6/8/2006, Vol. 20 Issue 20, p11
The article reports on the warning issued by Standard and Poor's (S and P) regarding the potential risks associated with fixed-income securities in Australia in 2006. S and P also warned that inflation, along with its effects on interest rates, is the primary risk factor associated with...
- Inflation Still Looms. // Latin America Monitor: Southern Cone Monitor;Aug2011, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p1
The article reports on the looming inflation in Latin America in 2011, which emerged relatively unaffected from the period of rising commodity prices in the early part of the year. It says that policymakers would be more accepting of a stronger currency as a way to stop imported inflationary...
- Risks Remain In Hungary. // Emerging Markets Monitor;11/10/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 29, p15
Discusses financial issues on Hungary's economy as of November 2003. Rise in inflation expected in 2004; Information on the country's export sector; Consequence expected of the prolonged intervention in the fixed income markets.
- The Demise of the 30-Year Treasury Bond as a Benchmark for pricing Fixed-Income Securities. Jones, David M. // Business Economics;Oct2000, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p16
With all the drama and finality that the prestigious Wall Street Journal could muster, it declared this past May 3 that the reign of the 30-year Treasury bond as the benchmark for pricing fixed-income securities in the $14.7 trillion U.S. bond market had ended. Without missing a beat the Wall...