The process of returning to normal will be slow because low rates have cut yields on bank deposits
Senior clients hunting for yield may consider instruments such as mortgage investment corporations and split shares
Banks in Europe and Japan are charging investors to park their money. Could the U.S. and Canada be next?
With government bond rates nearing zero - or less in Europe - demand for corporate debt has surged
An inverted curve foretells a recession. But the arrival, duration and depth of that recession are another matter
Negative rates have already hit Germany. Could below-zero rates come to Canada?
With inflation low and deflation talk no longer whispered, government bonds are thriving
Advisor and client interest in liquid alternatives remains to be seen
Bond issuing companies are borrowing more but promising less
An inverted yield curve does not necessarily herald hard times