Talking head – There is another viable option: mortgage

After a good start, U.S. mortgage-backed securities are in for a better year in which this fixed-income asset class could make a comeback. in part the failure results in a challenging and uncertain 2022. With high prices behind us and the end of the US Federal Reserve’s. environmental surplus in view, investors have the opportunity to benefit for a recovery.

In this Talking head podcast, John Carey, the head of securities planning, told chief market officer Daniel Morris that the mortgage-backed securities (MBS) sector is being put now a viable option for fixed income investors. It offers the prospect of accumulating yields on US Treasuries, high credit quality and liquidity stability in a potentially bleak market environment. the appeal of bonds and sales.

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