Hopping A Fund To Lands Of Higher YieldsDon Dunn
With interest rates on U. S. CDs and bonds continuing to slide, some investors are doing more than look enviously at countries where rates run higher by 50% or more. By putting their dollars into a growing number of income funds that invest in short-term instruments in Europe and elsewhere, they're aiming for yields of 8% and better.
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