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  • Flavia Cattan-Naslausky , a currency strategist at RBS Securities in the U.S., said the bulk of capital inflows to Brazil this year has gone into the "real economy" in the form of corporate debt issuance abroad rather than short-term fixed-income investments.

    Despite Intervention, Brazil's Currency Gains

  • It invests that collateral in longer-term fixed-income securities, and that was a profitable place to be in 2011 as interest rates declined.

    An Unusual Fund Is No. 1

  • Funds then usually invest the collateral put up by the borrowers in short-term fixed-income instruments and claim a portion of the interest payments for the fund to offset expenses and tracking error.

  • But the risk of loss remains low, especially for short-term fixed-income securities.

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  • "In our view, this ratings action should not have a material impact on short-term markets," said Alex Roever, the head of short-term fixed-income strategy JPMorgan Chase, ranked the No. 1 ranked debt research firm by Institutional Investor magazine.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Warren Buffett, the billionaire investor, said investors should avoid long-term fixed-income bets in U.S. dollars because the currency's purchasing power will decline.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Funds reduced securities from the euro area by $50 billion in August, bringing their holdings tied to institutions in the region to $316 billion, says Alex Roever, head of short-term fixed-income strategy at JPMorgan Chase.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Billionaire Warren Buffett said March 25 that investors should avoid long-term fixed-income bets in U.S. dollars because the currency's purchasing power will decline.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • And for people who value predictability, "these options are still more attractive than short-term fixed-income investments in this low-interest-rate environment," says Mark Cortazzo , a senior partner with financial-advisory firm Macro Consulting Group in Parsipanny, N.J. He advises such investors to focus on annuities that allow them to shut down the account without penalty in four years or less, so that if interest rates rise they can move their money to higher-yielding bonds at that point.

    Restyled Annuities Offer Fewer Choices

  • Satish Pulle is a portfolio manager at European Credit Management Ltd. A Business & Finance article Monday about a new type of bank debt incorrectly referred to the fixed-income fund as Equity Credit Management.

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