Is The Best Performing Bond ETF Really In Europe? (ITLY, ITLT, TY
Eric Dutram: Despite low rates and a now more dovish Federal Reserve, investors continue to pile into fixed income ETFs. In fact, over the trailing one year period, fixed income funds have seen aggregate inflows exceeding $40 billion, including several billion to high yield and emerging market products.
A trend towards higher risk products is clearly brewing, even when taking into account some of the major risks that are pretty well-known in the space. However, this hasn’t been universal across all of the risky bonds, as some, and in particular the Italian bond ETFs, haven’t seen a boost in interest from investors.
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