"Treasuries Popping as Currency Battle Rages" - Centre Funds' Kirk Barneby Interview with TheStreet.com - Mar 10, 2016
FOMC: Federal Open Market Committee
Fed: Federal Reserve
Yield Curve Spread: difference between yields on different debt instruments
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Fixed-income securities are subject to repayment risk and the risk of price volatility due to interest rate sensitivity, market perception of the issuer's creditworthiness and general market conditions. As interest rates rise, the value of fixed-income securities typically declines. TIPS are long-duration assets, sensitive to changes in interest rates and, in the short term, can experience substantial fluctuations in price.
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