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The Fed, Inflation, and Markets

The Fed, Inflation, and Markets

The U.S. Federal Reserve has aggressively tightened financial conditions with its recent interest rate hike. So what’s next?

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Eagle Municipal Market Update

After a brutal start to 2022, municipal bonds have begun to bounce back. They might not be finished.

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The Fed, Inflation, and Markets

Municipal Bonds: A Window of Opportunity

This is arguably the most challenging period in history for bonds. It also might be just the time to focus on the opportunities.

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Municipal Bonds: A Window of Opportunity

Press Release


June 23, 2022

Eagle Asset Management’s Eric Mintz Appointed Managing Director of Small Cap Growth and Mid Cap Growth Portfolios

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In the News


June 21, 2022

“The bond market is looking to us to be very attractive, certainly a much better entry point than it has been for the last couple of years,” James Camp, CFA, Managing Director of Fixed Income and Strategic Income at Eagle Asset Management, told Bloomberg TV’s “The Open.” Recall, he said, that a little over two years ago the yield on the 10-year Treasury note yield dipped to just 40 basis points. “So these 3 and 3½% yields, actuarially speaking, and long-term you add on a corporate credit spread that is widened, you’re getting a 4½ and 5% yield for an asset class that has been out of favor for a long time,” Camp said. “It’s time to take a good hard look at that.”

Click here to listen to Camp’s comments beginning just after the 7-minute mark.