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The Fixed Income Group at RJO

FIG is a division of RJ O'Brien that focuses on hedging interest rate risk for mortgage pipeline and servicing portfolios, broker/dealer bond inventories, pension fund bond portfolios, multiple ABS classes, and similar financial portfolios.

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11/14/17 "My aim today is not to argue for state-contingent price-level targeting," Evans said on Tuesday. "That may be a good way to go, but at this point, I just don't ...
11/13/17 Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady took a hard-line approach during a “Fox News Sunday” interview, saying the House won’t accept a tax bill that eliminates the deduction entirely. The ...
11/10/17 “It’s a key message that China continues to open up and make its financial markets more international and market-oriented," said Shen Jianguang, chief Asia economist at Mizuho Securities Asia Ltd. ...
11/10/17 China relaxes ownership rules to allow foreign firms direct stakes up to 51%. Did China relax the rules to help recapitalize their banks? What the GOP Senators tax plan looks like. Farm sector ...
11/09/17 Since 1981, the year of President Ronald Reagan’s big tax cut, Congress has passed and presidents have signed 55 bills that the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center counts as “major” tax ...
11/08/17 "The third quarter (vacancy) numbers are a welcome sign (for owners) after the sharp increase at the end of last year. Overall, it was a strong third quarter, which was ...
11/07/17 (Multi-nationals start to ramp up the fear campaign) The new 20 percent tax is “the atomic bomb in the draft” legislation, said Ray Beeman, co-leader of Ernst & Young’s Washington Council ...
11/03/17 Retirement savers and financial companies cheered Thursday. The really big change they feared—a slashing of the amount workers can contribute before taxes to their 401(k) plans—didn’t materialize in the U.S. ...
11/02/17 Powell on Monetary Policy in his Own Words: On interest-rate increases  “U.S. monetary policy normalization has been and should continue to be gradual, as long as the U.S. economy evolves roughly as ...
11/01/17 “There’s a complacency that shale is going to continue to produce at the kind of volumes that we had in the past,” says Jim Brilliant, a portfolio manager for Century Management ...