Tag: bonds

Quick Note About Interest Rates.

“On Thursday, investment-grade-rated Walt Disney Co. locked in the lowest long-term borrowing costs of any U.S. company in history when it issued 10-year bonds with a 1.85% coupon and 30-year bonds with a 3% interest rate, according to LCD, a unit of S&P Global Market Intelligence.” This news is from the WSJ on this Monday morning, July 11, 2016. What does… Read more →

Volatile Markets, Sarah, and Inflation.

Many of our clients will have noticed that some of their accounts have been accumulating cash during recent months, and that some of that cash has been used to purchase shares of securities during the past couple of weeks. This is according to plan. Normally, our clients hold securities which make periodic distributions of cash. Those distributions are not automatically… Read more →