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“Instead, it provides low-rate financing for Japanese companies involved in what the government decides are strategically important deals, mostly in energy-related infrastructure and acquisitions.”
“The REITs use low-rate, short-term debt to finance their bond purchases.”
“Mr. Hodges lucked out with his low-rate mortgage—15 years, 3.75%—and it's good that he wants to keep eating away at the principal.”
“That is attractive in today's low-rate environment.”
“Business & Finance Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, Barclays and RBS were among the banks that took advantage of low-rate loans from the U.S. Federal Reserve at the height of the financial crisis, new findings show.”
“The noted strategist added that the Fed's low-rate policy is a "large net negative to the production of a healthy, stable economy with strong employment.”
“In the present low-rate and low-growth environment, debt is also cheaper relative to equity.”
“Maybe it's simply in their interest to carry more high-rate accounts than low-rate ones, and this is the perfect economic environment to slide a chunk of accounts over to the high-rate range under the excuse of "market conditions.”
“Cost "is especially important when investing in bonds in a low-rate environment," says Larry Katz , director of research at Seattle investment-advisory firm Merriman Inc. Vanguard Intermediate-Term Tax-Exempt returned 9.6% in 2011 and 2.2% in the month of January, according to Morningstar.”
“Bloomberg Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke More Fed Outlook Likely to Flatten Medium-Term Yields Second, this new strategy could help get the Fed out of its fixed, "mid-2013" low-rate pledge and equate to some additional policy easing.”
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