In Friday’s Bloomberg article highlighting the relative value of munis, Michelle Kaske sought comment from EJ Reinoso on the ‘stampede’ out of muni funds, why that represents an opportunity in itself, and how asset managers can go deeper to uncover extraordinary value.
The financial markets have experienced a sharp rise in volatility of late, as investors wrestle with the uncertainty of central bank policy and the future direction of interest rates. With 10 year US Treasury rates rising to their highest yield in 15 months, mutual fund shareholders have redeemed shares at a level not seen since … Read more
In a November 30th article in The Wall Street Journal, EJ Reinoso provides commentary to Jason Zweig on our view of the muni market.
EJ Reinoso provides commentary to Bloomberg News following S&P’s downgrade of U.S. credit, in this morning’s article “Muni Market Prepares for Loss of AAA Ratings as S&P Downgrades U.S. Credit.”
May 7, 2011. Ed Reinoso shares his thoughts with Intelligent Investor columnist Jason Zweig of the Wall Street Journal on the latest talk of municipal bonds losing their tax-exempt status.
March 30, 2011. EJ Reinoso is interviewed regarding the current state of the municipal bond market by Pulitzer Prize-winning author James B. Stewart in his column Common Sense, appearing in the April, 2011 issue of SmartMoney magazine.
February 9th, 2011. Ed Reinoso comments on the New Jersey downgrade by S&P.
January 12, 2011. EJ Reinoso vs Meredith Whitney on the risk of widespread default in municipal finances.
January 5th, 2011. EJ Reinoso is quoted by Bloomberg reporter Alexis Leondis in the article “Bond Flight Means Investors Miss Riskier Fixed Income for Higher Yields” regarding his thoughts on recent activity in tax-exempt and taxable corporate bonds.
December 10th, 2010. EJ Reinoso weighs in on the implications of the end of the Build America Bond (BABs) program in this Bloomberg article “Build America Bonds Program’s End Poised to Batter Municipal-Debt Market”.