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Why are yields on some covered-call funds well above the 10-year Treasury rate? The main reasons “are volatility and interest rates,” says Hamilton Reiner, portfolio manager and head of U.S. Equity Derivatives at JP Morgan Asset Management. Morningstar’s asdfasfd explains: the payouts for covered call funs “are determined by a complex mix of expectations for stock market volatility, the inner workings of the options market, changes in interest rates, the nuances of each particular fund’s strategy, and stock dividends… Even as interest rates have been rising, yields on covered-call funds have been falling, largely thanks to declining volatility in the stock market.”