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fixed income

n.
1. A regular income that does not vary in amount: a retiree living on a fixed income.
2. Investments, such as bonds, that have a fixed yield: a fund that invests in fixed income.

fixed′-in′come′ adj.
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In her role, de Haai will be responsible for directing fixed-income research activities and will contribute to the company's overall investment strategy process.
(NYSE: LM) has announced it has launched its first actively managed taxable fixed-income ETF, sub-advised by Western Asset Management company, LLC, a Legg Mason affiliate and globally integrated fixed-income manager, the company said.
While much attention is being paid to equity holdings, because the market has been delivering strong gains since the Great Recession, advisers need to make sure defined contribution (DC) plan sponsors include the appropriate fixed-income options in their investment lineups, and that defined benefit (DB) plan sponsors are using the appropriate fixed-income vehicles in their portfolios, as well.
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They will invest in developed and emerging market government bonds, investment-grade and high-yield corporate bonds, asset-backed securities, currencies and fixed-income derivatives.
The fixed-income market has done very very well, but we think there might be more upside in terms of capital growth."
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