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  1. S&P lifts Haniel ratings outlook to "positive"
    BY Reuters 04/18/14 07:39 AM EDT

    Standard & Poor's has revised its ratings outlook for German investment group Haniel to "positive" from "stable", after the group bolstered its finances. Haniel has been shedding assets to offset a massive 2012 writedown on its holding in German retailer Metro and reduce debt, which stood at 1.6 billion euros at the end of 2013.

  2. Update-Moody's sees no negative ratings impact on Hertz-sponsored fleet lease securitizations due to certain amendments
    BY Reuters 04/17/14 09:33 PM EDT

    Hertz Fleet Lease Funding, LP. For the full text of this story please click the following link:

  3. Update-Moody's assigns ratings to seven classes of notes issued by NewStar Commercial Loan Funding 2014-1 LLC
    BY Reuters 04/17/14 09:13 PM EDT

    NewStar Commerical Loan Funding 2014-1 LLC. For the full text of this story please click the following link:

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With a new chair, the Fed looks prepared to continue its push to keep rates low.

Bonds are showing signs of strength after a challenging 2013, but expect volatility.

Shorter duration bonds may provide limited price volatility and varying levels of income.

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