• Investing is inherently complex. U.S. Treasury yields far below longer-term averages and compressed credit market spreads make fixed income challenging. Equity can generate attractive returns, and considerable volatility. Market Insights is Thornburg’s window into how we think about risk, reward and the myriad factors that drive risk-adjusted returns.

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    Thorough analyses of trends & changes influencing the markets.
  • Lost & Found: Fixed Income Purchase Premiums on Maturing Bonds
    February 16, 2017 [Market Insights, Daniel Petrush, CFA]
    One concern all-too-common among many mutual fund investors isn’t well founded: that price premiums on purchased bonds are “lost” when the premium bonds mature at par. They aren’t...
  • Trump Trade to Trump Fade?
    February 3, 2017 [Market Insights, Charles Roth]
    In the wake of Donald Trump’s November electoral victory, investors focused on his pro-growth agenda of tax reform, deregulation and infrastructure spending, not on his protectionist and...
  • What’s Past isn’t Prologue So Far in 2017
    January 24, 2017 [Market Insights, Charles Roth]
    Markets this year have gotten off on the right foot. Over the first three weeks of 2017, the S&P 500 Index added 1.3% to its 12% gain in calendar 2016, while the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate...
  • Can Bank Loan Funds Float to a Narrow Outcome?
    January 18, 2017 [Market Insights, Jeff Klingelhofer, CFA]
    Many investors might see bank loans as “fixed income” without duration risk, given their floating-rate structure. They may use them as a way to reduce their exposure to rising risk-free rates without...
  • The Flip Side of the Muni Market Selloff
    January 17, 2017 [Market Insights, John Burnham, CFA]
    Recent municipal bond market movements mark a transition from a period of significant overvaluation to fair or even under-valuation. This can be a painful process for muni market...
  • December Jobs Data and Defensive Fixed Income Positioning amid Lurking Inflation Risks
    January 13, 2017 [Market Insights, Josh Yafa]
    The December U.S. jobs report wasn’t particularly surprising, though a couple of nuances are worth considering for fixed income investors. While the economy added 156,000 jobs, which was a bit...
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