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With core government bond yields at record lows, Oliver Boulind discusses how a flexible and diversified global strategy can help deliver better risk-adjusted bond market returns.
Jim Cielinski discusses how active management will play an increasingly important role this year within the fixed income arena.
Aran Gordon explains the need for an active and strategic approach to fixed income investment.
Christine Johnson asks: With investors having excellent returns from corporate bonds in recent years, will it continue?
Gareth Isaac explains where he sees potential opportunities – and threats – in fixed income today.
Christine Johnson asks: in times of volatility for corporate bonds, can going back to basics deliver long-term value?
Stuart Edwards and Mike Matthews explain why they believe global bond funds could provide an advantage in current turbulent markets.
Stephen Snowden looks at the collapse of market liquidity and the impact on corporate bond pricing.
John Pattullo looks at how times of low growth have led to investors seeking reliable yields from strategic bonds.
Ariel Bezalel looks at how fixed interest investment opportunities could protect against market falls.
If the Government simply cancelled the £300bn plus of QE gilts held by the Bank of England, who would be unhappy? Jim Leaviss explores this fundamental question.
Stephen Jones takes a look at what negative real yields in the index-linked gilt market really mean.
With double digit yields and historically low defaults Paul Reed explains why now, more than ever, high yield bonds deserve investors’ attention.
The recent market turmoil presented some interesting and productive opportunities for Strategic Bond fund managers, explains Adam Smears.
Mark Holman provides us with an insight to his investment strategy for the current market conditions.
Graham Bentley gives us his thoughts on investing for income.
Patrick O’Shaughnessy highlights the attractive income opportunities currently available in global equity markets.
Jacob de Tusch-Lec analyses the overseas equity income market.
Phil Milburn explains why high yield can be an attractive source of income.
Malcolm Mackenzie highlights the positive effect a diversified equity income exposure can have on your clients’ portfolios.
Spike Hughes outlines the great potential for equity income in the non-traditional income markets of the world.
Ariel Bezalel outlines the merits of a tactical approach to bond investing and looks towards future opportunities for strategic investors.
Gian Luca Giurlani introduces the PIMCO Select fund range and explains how his managers invest in the global fixed income market.
Adam Smears highlights the difficulties in picking fixed interest investments and how Skandia Investment Group (SIG) can help.
Ian Spreadbury looks at the ups and downs in the corporate bond market.
Anthony Gillham looks at some options for your clients’ fixed interest investments that are different to the norm.
Jim Leaviss offers a solution for those investors concerned about the impact of an unexpected rise in inflation on bond markets
Howard Fryer explains the benefits of allocating across fixed income in an uncertain landscape.
Roger Webb explains how he makes full use of the diversity and flexibility of the bond market with the aim of avoiding the pitfalls of falling markets.
Stewart Cowley explains how to navigate the challenges that lie ahead in fixed interest markets.
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