For fixed-income investors, waiting for a return to normal rates may not be an option

Build Asset Management CIO Matt Dines is featured in The Bond Buyer discussing the implications of persistent public debt growth and low interest rates on investors seeking low-rise yield.

Read more here: https://www.bondbuyer.com/opinion/for-fixed-income-investors-waiting-for-a-return-to-normal-rates-may-not-be-an-option

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