Time to think about ?floaters'?

If you think interest rates are close to their low point, it might be time to buy into floating rate notes.

PORTFOLIO POINT: For investors who think rates are close to the bottom, floating rate notes can capture any future increases.

Last week the RBA surprised the market and left the cash rate on hold at 4.25%, breaking the current easing cycle. The question for fixed income investors is: Does this signal the low point in the interest rate cycle?


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