10/11/2013

Asset managers are advising CFOs and treasurers not to sell short-term Treasurys, which typically are held as cash in an investment portfolio, despite the possibility of a U.S. debt default. The thinking is that it is better to adopt a wait-and-see attitude because yields have already risen. Also, even if there is a default, bondholders will be paid eventually.

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