Craig Bishop

Lead Strategist,
U.S. Fixed Income Strategies

Craig Bishop

Lead Strategist,
U.S. Fixed Income Strategies

Craig Bishop has over 30 years of professional experience in the financial services industry. His career includes experience in sales (retail and institutional), trading, and marketing/portfolio analysis of all fixed income products with his specialized area of expertise in taxable securities.

Bishop joined RBC Wealth Management and the Fixed Income Strategies Group in 2002 and became director of the group in 2006. He has worked extensively with financial advisors in portfolio structuring and analysis, identifying and implementing market strategies. As a member of the RBC Wealth Management Global Portfolio Advisory Committee, he writes economic and fixed income market commentary for the committee’s Global Insight publication.

Bishop earned a Bachelor of Science degree in finance with a minor in economics from the Illinois State University.

Craig Bishop's content

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Banking

Debt, deficits, and Modern Monetary Theory—there is a connection

Last updated: July 02, 2019

Modern Monetary Theory says that deficits aren’t so scary. Is there really such a thing as a “free lunch,” or is the concept too good to be true?

6 minute read
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Analysis

What to expect from the Federal Reserve in 2018

A changing of the Guard at the Fed places the U.S. central bank in the hands of a non-economist for the first time since G. William Miller in 1978.

2 minute read
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Analysis

Interest rates: Looking into 2018 with Craig Bishop

Last updated: December 13, 2017

The Federal Reserve has raised rates for the third time this year. Craig Bishop looks at the year ahead and the incoming Fed chair, Jerome Powell.

5 minute read