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  • Thu, Dec. 1, 9:47 AM
    • The global bond rout picks up steam this morning, with the 10-year Treasury yield up another 5.3 basis points to 2.441%, the 10-year Bund up 4.8 bps to 0.324%, and 10-year yields in Italy, Spain, and the U.K. higher by similar amounts.
    • TLT -1.1%, TBT +2.2%
    • Rolling around the minds of fixed-income investors is incoming Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's consideration of locking in still-historically-low interest rates through the issuance of 50- or 100-year government bonds. At the pace rates are climbing, he better hurry.
    • ETFs: AGG, BND, BOND, PTY, PDI, PCI, RCS, ACG, PCN, PKO, EVV, GIM, BNDX, DBL, BTZ, ERC, HTR, FAM, PPT, MMT, GDF, FTF, SCHZ, BWX, PCM, KMM
    | Thu, Dec. 1, 9:47 AM | 38 Comments
  • Fri, Nov. 4, 1:33 PM
    • MFS Intermediate Income Trust (NYSE:MIN) - $0.0345.
    • MFS Investment Grade Municipal Trust (NYSE:CXH) - $0.0395.
    • MFS Multimarket Income Trust (NYSE:MMT) - $0.0453.
    • MFS Municipal Income Trust (NYSE:MFM) - $0.0310.
    • MFS Special Value Trust (NYSE:MFV) - $0.0500.
    • Payable Nov. 30; for shareholders of record Nov. 17; ex-div Nov. 15.
    • Press Release
    | Fri, Nov. 4, 1:33 PM
  • Thu, Oct. 6, 10:10 AM
    • MFS Intermediate Income Trust (NYSE:MIN) - $0.0345.
    • MFS Investment Grade Municipal Trust (NYSE:CXH) - $0.0395.
    • MFS Multimarket Income Trust (NYSE:MMT) - $0.0453.
    • MFS Municipal Income Trust (NYSE:MFM) - $0.0310.
    • MFS Special Value Trust (NYSE:MFV) - $0.0500.
    • Payable Oct. 31; for shareholders of record Oct. 20; ex-div Oct. 18.
    • Press Release
    | Thu, Oct. 6, 10:10 AM
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    | Tue, Sep. 20, 11:18 AM
  • Nov. 4, 2013, 1:14 PM
    • Closed-end bond funds had a good October - up 1.89% on a per-share basis while NAV grew 1.96%. This means, however, the sizable discount to NAV for the group of 6.04% failed to budge from a month earlier.
    • "The materially large discounts represents an opportunity for investors to reduce risk," says Stifel's Alexander Reiss and Thomas Boyes. The boost an investor gets when buying a CEF at a discount is what they term the Discount Yield Benefit (DYB), and - among other things - it can make the net cost of owning a CEF cheaper than traditional lower-cost options like passively-managed index funds.
    • Current favorites of the team are: ERC, MCR, MMT, and FT, all of which trade at discounts to NAV of about 12%.
    • Senior loan funds have remained more popular (possibly a danger, according to this analysis) and trade at an average discount of just 3.61%. The team's favorites are FCT, PPR, and VVR.
    | Nov. 4, 2013, 1:14 PM | 1 Comment