NEWS IN BRIEF
- Turmoil in bonds not over. Williams, Fred // Pensions & Investments;9/19/1994, Vol. 22 Issue 19, p1
Reports on bond investors' concern over the expected inflation in 1994. Concerns over the wholesale price increases announced in September 1994; Impact of past rate increases on the bond market; Opinions of various bond managers.
- Indexes hit levels from a year ago; inflation worries hamper market. Yong Lim // Bond Buyer;06/04/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30655, p40
Focuses on the influence of inflation concerns on the decreased index levels in the United States for the week of June 4, 1999. Comparison with 1998 levels; Range of bond yields.
- NEWS IN BRIEF. Vekshin, Alison // Bond Buyer;10/7/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31486, p2
Reports developments related to bonds in the U.S. as of October 2002. Reduction in the unemployment rate for the month of September; Increase in the inflation rate; Amount on the issued securities of the Treasury.
- Bond investors comforted by inflation outlook. // Indianapolis Business Journal;02/28/2000, Vol. 20 Issue 51, p20
Reports on the increase in bond prices in the United States in mid-February 2000. Bond investors' confidence about the country's inflation outlook.
- Are `inflation' bonds right for you? // Christian Science Monitor;1/28/97, Vol. 89 Issue 43, p9
Presents information on inflation-protected bonds, to be auctioned off by the United States Treasury, on January 29, 1997. Information on the bonds; Annual interest expected to be paid by the bonds.
- Inflation? Not a problem. Smith, Anne Kates // U.S. News & World Report;6/10/96, Vol. 120 Issue 23, p86
Discusses how the Treasury Department is working on a weapon which could disarm bond investors' worst enemy--inflation. Speculation on the new securities which will likely be issued as 10- or 30-year bonds; The plumper principal; Tuition ammunition; Pensioners' dream; Role models marketed in the...
- Volume cap rise dulled by inflation. Kinnander, Ola // Bond Buyer;12/30/99, Vol. 330 Issue 30798, p1
Focuses on a proposal to increase the amount of tax-exempt private activity bonds that can be issued nationally under the state-by-state volume cap in year 2000 in the United States. Response to the impact of inflation on the amount of such bonds; Consideration of the Census Bureau's...
- Why BONDS? Pforsich, Hugh D.; Reyes, Mario G. // Financial Planning;Oct2000, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p123
Reports on the treasury inflation-protection securities (TIPS) in the United States. History of inflation-protection bonds in the U.S.; Reasons of investors for avoiding TIPS; Risk and return characteristics; Use of TIPS as an inflation hedge.
- Information Content of U.S. Treasury Inflation-Indexed Bonds. Lashgari, Malek // International Advances in Economic Research;Aug2000, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p520
U.S. Treasury inflation-indexed bonds are designed to provide a stable real return before taxes. A comparison between these bonds and conventional bonds reveals that the effective real yield of U.S. Treasury inflation-indexed bonds is attractive. The econometric results suggest, however, that...