Updated Wednesday, September 2, 2015 as of 3:01 PM ET

Market Conditions Could Push Investors to Unconstrained Bond Funds

Unconstrained bond funds were introduced several years ago, when the industry assumed that investment-grade yields just could not go any lower. Fund managers needed greater flexibility to invest across a wide spectrum of global fixed-income sectors, or so the thinking went.

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