Public Policy and World Affairs

When it comes to policy changes and political events, the challenge is separating the signal from the noise. That’s where we come in.

Should Bondholders Be Afraid of Rising Interest Rates?

While some market observers have been issuing warnings of a secular bear market in bonds since the height of the 2008 financial crisis, history and reason suggest that a well-diversified bond portfolio will ultimately benefit over time from higher interest rates.

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u.s. capitol building tax legislation

What You Should Know About the New Tax Legislation

Congress passed the final version of the pending tax legislation, which will now move to President Trump’s desk for signature. The bill is the largest rewrite of the U.S. tax code in three decades, and will have broad implications for individuals, families, and businesses.

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