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四不像的意思是什么 _Lack of liquidity in corporate bonds hits index funds

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(Reuters) - Index fund managers are finding it hard to secure the bonds they need at the prices they want, forcing them to make trade-offs that can hurt investors and leave managers vulnerable in a market downturn. Bond liquidity has all but dried up for corporate issues after new regulations a【正版马会免费正宗资料大全 】nd capital requirements forced Wall Street banks to slash their inventories of fixed-income products following the financial 【王中王手机最快开奖直播 】crisis. That’s especially challenging for index fund managers who must

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rtain bonds - or at least broad swaths of bonds - to be able to track specific benchmarks. The lack of liquidity also means funds may have trouble selling bonds in the event interest rates rise and the investors who have sunk about $1.2 trillion 【四肖中特期期准八码 】in net deposits into long-term bond funds since the end of 2004 head for the exits. Bonds inventory at Wall Street banks has dropped to about $60 billion from about $250 billion since the 2008 credit crisis, according t【81444资料开奖记录 】o the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, making them harder to trade, 【定遍本性圣称道打一肖 】analysts and fund managers said. “The days where you can go out and say, ‘I want these ten bonds’ ... and get the Street to 【马会传真真图2020 】of【带丹字的女孩名字 】fer them to you, are probably gone, said Josh Barrickman, 【抓码王2020年第一期 】head of bond indexing at Vanguard Group Inc, which oversees $325 billion in index bond fund and ETF 【4ggy门户彩票 香港 】assets. &ld【北京花家地小区合租房源信息 】quo;So now it’s more, ‘what can I get and are those suitable substitutes for what I actually want?’ To combat the problem, Vanguard has relied on more fixed-income trading specialists to hunt for hard-to-get【香港神彩苹果干细胞 】 bonds that are best suited for building efficient index portfolios, Barrickman said. Index funds have less latitude than actively managed funds, whose managers are paid to beat benchmarks, not track them. More corporate and municipal i【35天空彩票与我同行报码 】ndex funds are sampling the bonds containe【2020正版四不像图每期更新 】d in their benchm【114期精准六肖 】ark instead of trying to approach full re【2020、113期跑狗图 】plication of the index. They also are going outside their benchmark index to find substitutes for hard-to-get 【广州马会 】bonds, said Steve Sachs, head of capital markets at ETF provider ProShares. Sometimes【乘患相攻猜一肖 】 the sampling can be extrem【天天彩票论坛一肖特马会开结 】e, producing returns that 【天空彩票,与我同行,新 】severely lag their i【六开彩2020年94期开什么生肖 】ndex. The $30 million Market Vectors Pre-Funded Municipal ET【2020年手机看开奖结果纪录 】F holds only about 60 bonds, tracking a benchmark with more than 46,000 issues. It【老版跑狗全图143期 】 offers a unique slice of the bond market of pre-funded municipal bonds, but high transaction costs have produced a 12-month return net of 【今晚六合开奖什么号 】fees and expenses of 0.92 percent in

the year ending Sept. 1【二四六八卦玄机资料 】9, which is 23 basis points, or 20 percent, lower than the broad benchmark’s return of 1.15 percent, according to Thomson Reuters data. “There’s plenty of room to find different names that satisfy our need, said Jim Colby, manager of the Market Vectors fund, which is operated by Van Eck Global in New York. “On the other hand, it makes the process more complex to sort through the scenarios. Even funds holding larger percentages of their index can find their sampling cuts per【今晚最快开码结果查询 】formance. The $617 million PowerShares Fundamental High Yield Corporate ETF has 257 bonds in its portfolio, compared with about 2,100 in its benchmark, and has lagged its benchmark by as much as 1.40 p【新版中版四柱预测A 】ercentage points for a 12-month period within the past two years, according to ETF.com data. That’s partly because it weighs its sample more heavily to high-quality bonds, which limits its yield. BlackRock Inc, the w【解跑狗图分析规则格式 】orld’s largest asset manager, says rock-bottom in【二四六八十能组成什么成语 】terest rates and【发财宝典一行中特 】 low volatility have created complacency among issuers and investors, and that the market for trading corporate bonds is broken. “Driven by record new issue volume,【马会内幕玄机 】 the size of the market has grown substantially while

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