in US, bank's holdings in mortgages in the United States, the group of mortgages held by a mortgage bank
An allocation of investment to fixed-income assets is an important component of any diversified investment strategy. The fixed-income asset class comprises a variety of debt instruments that include government bonds, corporate bonds, municipal bonds, mortgage-backed securities, inflation-indexed debt, and convertible bonds, among others
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being tested against the bank’s own conventional portfolios. Merrill Lynch, while further behind, was compiling a dataset of the world’s known shariah-compliant funds for an open architecture offering that would involve best-of-class portfolio allocations.
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Aaron Brown is risk manager at AQR Capital Management and the author of Red-Blooded Risk: The Secret History of Wall Street (2011) and The Poker Face of Wall Street (2006). As well as a risk manager, he has been a trader, portfolio manager, head of mortgage securities, and finance professor. He has
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