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The Fed Cut Rates: What Does It Mean for Bonds?

The Fed Cut Rates: What Does It Mean for Bonds?

PIMCO’s Tiffany Wilding, U.S. economist, and Scott Mather, CIO U.S. Core Strategies, discuss how the Fed’s 0.25% rate cut may affect markets, including 10-year U.S. Treasuries, and where rates are likely to go from here.

Visit What’s Next for Interest Rates for PIMCO’s latest thinking on rates and markets.

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Tiffany Wilding

U.S. Economist


Ms. Wilding is an executive vice president and U.S. economist based in the Newport Beach office. In this capacity, she crafts the firm’s outlook for the U.S. economy and monetary policy, and analyzes key macro risks for the firm’s Investment Committee. She also co-heads the firm’s Americas portfolio committee. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2016, she was director of global interest rate research at Tudor Investment, responsible for recommending trade ideas based on global macro trends. Previously, she was a vice president for U.S. interest rate research with Morgan Stanley and a Treasury market policy analyst for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where she helped structure and implement the central bank’s response to the 2008 financial crisis. She has 12 years of investment and economics/financial markets experience and holds an MBA in quantitative finance from New York University's Stern School of Business. She received an undergraduate degree from Rhodes College.