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DoubleLine Income Solutions Fund declares Aug monthly distribution
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DoubleLine Income Solutions Fund is a diversified, closed-end management investment company. The Fund's primary investment objective is to seek high current income and its secondary objective is to seek capital appreciation. The Fund may invest in debt securities and other income-producing investments, including emerging markets. The Fund invests agency mortgage-backed securities, non-agency mortgage-backed securities, commercial mortgage-backed securities, bank loans and collateralized loan obligations. The Fund invests in various sectors, including energy, utilities, banking, finance, telecommunications, technology, healthcare, mining, transportation, media, chemical products, insurance, automotive and real estate sectors. The investment advisor of the Fund is DoubleLine Capital LP.
Misc. Financial Services
84 State St
Ronald R. Redell
Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer, Trustee
Principal Financial and Accounting Officer, Treasurer
Youse E. Guia
Chief Compliance Officer
Cris Santa Ana
Vice President, Secretary
Earl A. Lariscy
Vice President, Assistant Secretary
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High-yield U.S. bonds suffered more pain on Thursday as major junk bond exchange-traded funds fell to the lowest level since February 2016 and an index for credit insurance protecting against exposure to junk bonds widened to a nine-year high.
Investor worries about corporate credit are heating up as the coronavirus spreads, with the prices of bond funds taking a hit, companies starting to draw on credit lines and some market watchers warning of the possibility that investors pull out of products.
Closed-end high-yield bond funds fell on Wednesday - some by nearly twice as much as the broader high-yield market - as investors wary of risk pulled out of the leveraged products.
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