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Is This What “Unprecedented and Extraordinary” Actually Feels Like?

May 16, 2022

As investors grapple with a new era of macroeconomic uncertainty, liquidity is king in the near term.

Lighthouse in distance passed rocks

Core Bond: No Time to Die

May 4, 2022

Following the bond market’s recent beating, term yields have already priced in aggressive Fed rate hikes, positioning core bonds to effectively diversify credit risk.

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Monetary Tightening to Remain on Track to Combat Inflation

April 21, 2022

Knowing the stakes, the Fed is likely to keep surprises to a minimum.

Leveraged Credit U.S. Outlook for 2022

January 19, 2022

The prevailing themes in 2021 were economies reopening, corporate balance sheet repair and strong capital market activity. These trends contributed to a general reversal of the myriad headwinds that marked a tumultuous 2020.

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Voya Views: 2022 Strategic Investment Themes - Inflation

January 18, 2022

Global inflation, accentuated by energy and commodity prices, will peak in early 2022, but the rate of decline will vary across economies. Matthew Toms, CFA, Chief Investment Officer of Fixed Income, shares our outlook on inflation for the first half of 2022.

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Survey of the Retirement Landscape: Plan Sponsor Perceptions

January 14, 2022

From mid-February to early March 2021, Voya IM repeated its online survey of retirement plan sponsors to “take the temperature” of the retirement landscape. The findings offer perspective on the challenges plan sponsors face and the services needed, and may be helpful in putting your own plan challenges and needs into context.

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Voya Views: Strategic Investment Themes for 2022 - Supply/Demand Mismatch

January 6, 2022

Throughout the month of January our Fixed Income Asset Allocation Committee will be sharing their take on each of our seven major themes influencing positioning across our fixed income portfolios for 2022. To start things off Dave Goodson, Head of Securitized Fixed Income, covers the supply/demand mismatch.

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