26 May Bonds won’t slip in second half says Voya strategist
TheStreet, May 24, 2016
Christine Hurtsellers, Voya’s Chief Investment Officer, Fixed Income and member of the U.S. Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee recently appeared on TheStreet, where she predicted bonds will outperform stocks in 2016. Christine also expects demand from foreign investors to reduce the ten-year U.S. Treasury yield to 1.5–1.6% by year-end. Despite the Federal Reserve’s recent signals of coming rate hikes, she believes weak economic fundamentals will keep rates in check.