Summary: Fund flows continue to reflect investor sentiment but bond ETFs attract assets and continue to grow.
Summary: Municipal bond yields rise as supply wave hits the market with demand waning. Muni yields shift further into relative value cheapness v. corporate bonds.
Summary: Yields slip higher, JR sees the relative value opportunity for investment-grade munis over corporate bonds.
Summary: As risk-off dominates fund flows, JR Rieger sees shifts in investor sentiment.
Summary: “Risk on” investing has slowed resulting in slower flows into Junk bond ETFs. and long U.S. Treasury bond ETFs see outflows as investor sentiment shifts.
Summary: AA municipal bonds have moved back into “attractive” territory for the higher tax-bracket investors.
Summary: Investor sentiment for investment-grade munis remains solid.
Summary: Yield hunger and Inflation Worries Drive Fund Flows.
Summary: Risk-on is back as high yield bond ETFs see 30-day inflows of over $8billion.
Summary: Corporate bond yields rise resulting in stiff competition for tax-exempt bonds.