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Gundlach says flatter Treasury yield curve could become a concern

June 21, 2017 By Jennifer Ablan NEW YORK (Reuters) – The U.S. Treasury yield curve flattening could become a concern for economic growth when two-year and three-year Treasury note yields are about the same, and the price per barrel of WTI crude oil falls into the $30-dollar range, said Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive at DoubleLine Capital, on Wednesday. The slope of the yield curve has been flattening in recent days, with short-term rates rising faster than longer-bond yields. This typically happens when monetary policy is tightened. Last week, the Federal…

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Gundlach warns U.S. low-risk financial environment could change

June 13, 2017 By Jennifer Ablan NEW YORK (Reuters) – The lengthy low-risk, low-volatility U.S. financial environment should not be viewed as a “new paradigm,” influential bond investor Jeffrey Gundlach said on a webcast on Tuesday. Wall Street gained on Tuesday, with the S&P 500, Dow industrials and Russell 2000 setting record closing highs, as technology stocks bounced back and investors positioned ahead of an expected Federal Reserve interest rate hike. Against that backdrop of soaring stock markets, the CBOE Volatility Index, also known as the VIX Index or the…

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Gundlach says U.S. dollar will stay on gentle weakening pattern

May 2, 2017 By Jennifer Ablan NEW YORK (Reuters) – The U.S. dollar has been and will likely continue to be on a gentle weakening pattern, Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive at DoubleLine Capital, said on an investor webcast late on Tuesday. Gundlach, who oversees more than $100 billion at Los Angeles-based DoubleLine, said the dollar “has not gone up in the past 18 months.” Gundlach has said repeatedly the strength in the U.S. dollar after Donald Trump’s presidential victory would reverse itself. Gundlach said about the soft dollar in a…

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DoubleLine’s Gundlach says no risk of U.S. junk bond ‘meltdown’

April 4, 2017 By Jennifer Ablan NEW YORK (Reuters) – There is no risk of a high-yield junk bond “meltdown” because the risk of a recession is low, Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive of DoubleLine Capital, said on a client webcast on Tuesday. Gundlach, who oversees more than $105 billion in assets at Los Angeles-based DoubleLine, also said he does not think financial markets will see 3 percent on the 10-year Treasury yield this year. “With inflation falling in the months ahead, pressure for higher yields is reduced,” Gundlach told Reuters…

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