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BlackRock's Fink sees rotation back into fixed income

  • "We actually saw institutions selling equities and buying bonds, especially the long end of the curve," says BlackRock (BLK +1.7%) CEO Larry Fink, making the rounds after a big earnings report this morning. Institutions with big profits in stocks are asking themselves if they need such large exposure to equities, he continues. "The answer was that they need to be a little more balanced."
  • Fink's comments square with other reports of a rotation back into fixed income as corporations all of a sudden find their pension funds fully funded thanks to the market rally.
  • Within fixed income, Fink sees another rotation - and that's out of paper pegged to something like the Aggregate Bond Index (AGG +0.2%) and into "unconstrained" bond funds - not tied to the long end, but instead trying to grab yield without adding duration.
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