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  • U.S. is Best Bond Bet, Says Top Fund Manager Wednesday, 16 May 2007 | 4:21 PM ET

    High-yield bond investor focus is often on emerging markets. But on “Street Signs,” Pioneer Investments’ Andy Feltus, portfolio manager of the $2 billion Pioneer Global High Yield Fund, told CNBC’s Erin Burnett that there is more value in the U.S.

  • William Gross, chief investment officer and founder of Pimco’s Total Return Fund, told CNBC’s “Street Signs” that he expects the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates to about 4% by year end.

  • Strategist: Confidence In Fed On The Rise Monday, 2 Apr 2007 | 1:43 PM ET

    The ISM index fell to 50.9 from 52.3 in February. How are bonds reacting to Monday's lukewarm ISM number? Kevin Ferry, chief market strategist at Cronus Futures Management joined Liz Claman on “Morning Call.”

  • U.S. Subprime Bond Losses May Reach 8% - Fitch Thursday, 29 Mar 2007 | 5:50 AM ET

    Losses on U.S. mortgage bonds issued in 2006 against subprime loans could be as high as 8%, the highest forecast in recent memory, an executive said on Thursday.

  • Inflation-Fighting Fed Is Good For Bonds Wednesday, 28 Mar 2007 | 2:15 PM ET

    Kevin Giddis, managing director of fixed income capital markets for Morgan Keegan, told CNBC’s “Power Lunch” that the Federal Reserve’s concentration on inflation is good news for bond investors.

  • Investment Guru: "Treasuries Will Perform" Friday, 23 Mar 2007 | 4:16 PM ET

    Robert Kessler has some strong opinions about stocks and bonds -- and he's not shy about sharing them. The president of The Kessler Companies told CNBC's Erin Burnett that it's a "very exciting period" for Treasuries.

  • "In addition, while the new senior management team has articulated a turnaround plan, it remains to be seen how the plan will impact future operating performance," Moody's said.

  • Investment Strategist: What You Should Do Now Friday, 9 Mar 2007 | 9:04 AM ET

    Henry McVey was "not really" surprised by the Feb. 27 market meltdown. But then, the chief U.S. investment strategist for Morgan Stanley says he'd seen the omens in January. He joined CNBC's Maria Bartiromo to discuss what might come next -- and how he's preparing for it.

  • Strategists "Very Cautious" Ahead Of Jobs Report Thursday, 8 Mar 2007 | 2:19 PM ET
    Occupy protesters make noise clanking pots in front of the main gate to Davos congress center on January 25, 2012 in Davos, Switzerland

    Where is the suddenly turbulent market going? The answer may be up for grabs, but one thing seems certain: all investors should factor in Friday's jobs report. Two strategists -- one equity, one bonds -- gave their views on "Power Lunch."

  • We could very well see a big publicly-traded subprime lender go bankrupt. That's what one of the biggest subprime investors in the U.S. told Erin Burnett on "Street Signs." "We had a lot of rumors going around about liquidations of CDOs and Wall Street banks pulling warehouse lines and potentially pulling lines for additional originators and what it led to was a drive...

  • Bond Pick To Boost A "Troubled" Portfolio Friday, 2 Mar 2007 | 2:11 PM ET

    If your portfolio includes long bonds, specifically long treasuries, then you were among this week’s winners. T. Rowe Price U.S. Treasury Long-Term and Vanguard Long-Term U.S. Treasury notched the biggest gains amid the global market selloff. 

  • Today's Agenda in the Markets Tuesday, 27 Feb 2007 | 8:43 AM ET

    A sell off in global stock markets is depressing Wall Street ahead of the opening and setting the stage for what will likely be a choppy trading day. The Shanghai market was the worst hit, losing 9%, its steepest decline in 10 years. The weakness extended across Asian markets and European stocks are lower.

  • Procter & Gamble Plans $4 Billion Bond Issue - Source Tuesday, 27 Feb 2007 | 6:01 AM ET

    Procter & Gamble, the U.S. consumer products maker, is planning to issue $4 billion worth of bonds in three parts denominated in euros and dollars, a market source said according to Reuters.

  • Debt: One of the Best Reasons to Buy a Stock? Thursday, 22 Feb 2007 | 6:24 PM ET

    Imagine a world tuned upside down, where bad is good, ugly is beautiful, and debt – the worst black mark against a stock – becomes one of the best reasons to buy. This isn't the world of Bizarro Superman, it's where we are now, says Cramer. And that's why he thinks you should buy...

  • Contrarian View: Glum Job News Won't Last Friday, 2 Feb 2007 | 3:48 PM ET

    Employment figures are down: the Labor Department reports joblessness rising to 4.6%. The Dow has followed suit, losing 30.92 points by presstime. Should investors head for the hills? Not according to Mike Darda, chief economist at MKM Partners. Darda joined "Street Signs" to...

  • CNBC'S Domm: Our "Crystal Ball" For 2007 Saturday, 30 Dec 2006 | 7:14 AM ET

    Showing up for the first trading day of the New Year is a little like arriving for the first day of school. Good grades from last year no longer count, and the books are no longer relevant. That feeling is especially strong when the old year rang in some very comfortable double digit gains for stocks, and the path to the next year's profits is not so clear. The first week of 2007 is awash in data, including the Friday jobs report, auto sales, retailers'.....

  • M&A Fever Drives Record Loan Issuance Friday, 29 Dec 2006 | 1:55 PM ET

    U.S. loan issuance soared to a record $1.67 trillion in 2006 as mergers and leveraged buyouts  spurred new sales of loans and high-yield bonds, with J.P. Morgan leading the pack.

  • Bulls Are Raring To Charge in '07, Says Study Thursday, 21 Dec 2006 | 11:51 AM ET

    The latest Russell Investment Management survey is out and it shows that the lion's share of money managers are bullish for the new year. Randy Lert is chief portfolio strategist for Russell Investment Group. He was on Morning Call to discuss the survey results with Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.

  • Junk Bonds: Less Risk, More Return? Monday, 18 Dec 2006 | 2:55 PM ET

    Junk bonds are known for being one of the riskiest investment vehicles available. It’s interesting to note then that $100 invested in 1987 in both the S&P 500 and the Bear Sterns Junk Bond Index would garner the same return – with less volatility. At the turn of the century, the S&P jumped during the dot-com boom, then crashed back to the same level as the junk bond market.

  • CPI Numbers: Unchanged And Better Than Expected Friday, 15 Dec 2006 | 8:42 AM ET

    Here are the U.S. Consumer Price Index (CPI) numbers for November: unchanged--which is far better than the 0.2% increase than many economists had expected. The core rate--which excludes the volatile food and energy sectors--was also unchanged. Economists had been looking for a 0.2% increase there as well...