Western Asset Premier Bond Fund (NYSE:WEA) Institutional Investor Sentiment Trend

July 14, 2018 - By Elizabeth Bryant

Sentiment for Western Asset Premier Bond Fund (NYSE:WEA)

Western Asset Premier Bond Fund (NYSE:WEA) institutional sentiment increased to 3.17 in Q1 2018. Its up 2.34, from 0.83 in 2017Q4. The ratio is positive, as 19 investment managers started new and increased stock positions, while 6 trimmed and sold stakes in Western Asset Premier Bond Fund. The investment managers in our partner’s database now own: 4.71 million shares, up from 1.85 million shares in 2017Q4. Also, the number of investment managers holding Western Asset Premier Bond Fund in their top 10 stock positions was flat from 0 to 0 for the same number . Sold All: 1 Reduced: 5 Increased: 13 New Position: 6.

The stock increased 0.31% or $0.04 during the last trading session, reaching $12.8. About 8,455 shares traded. Western Asset Premier Bond Fund (NYSE:WEA) has declined 7.86% since July 14, 2017 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 20.43% the S&P500.

Robinson Capital Management Llc holds 0.74% of its portfolio in Western Asset Premier Bond Fund for 185,855 shares. Provise Management Group Llc owns 218,419 shares or 0.42% of their US portfolio. Moreover, 1607 Capital Partners Llc has 0.35% invested in the company for 486,745 shares. The Illinois-based Koshinski Asset Management Inc. has invested 0.22% in the stock. Sit Investment Associates Inc, a Minnesota-based fund reported 433,988 shares.

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