Absolute Return Fixed Income: A Dynamic Strategy Amid Volatility

After a three-decade bull market in bonds, changes in global interest rates going forward will likely be more symmetrical. With the U.S. Federal Reserve in the midst of a rate hiking cycle, and other central banks reversing their quantitative easing policies, some fixed income investors may now be looking for strategies that can provide higher yields than cash and also guard against a rise in interest rates.

In the following Q&A, Michael Collins, Senior Portfolio Manager for PGIM Fixed Income, discusses how an absolute return fixed income strategy may meet both of these objectives and how a blended approach may be the best option to consider.

 

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