Extending existing relationship
Reducing dependency on oil
Arif Husain, head of international fixed income at T. Rowe Price and manager of the Global Unconstrained Bond fund, discusses the impact of Brexit on Central and Eastern European issuers and the investment opportunities emerging in the region.
Asset class in a "sweet spot"
Duration, duration, duration: Why some investors will be disappointed with their strategic bond funds
A multi-faceted universe of funds
As the 'lower for longer' yield mentality in developed markets appears to be morphing into 'lower forever', the higher yields available in emerging market fixed income may offer an alternative, writes Claudio Da Gama Rose, associate portfolio manager...
Merger set to complete in 2017
Fixed until June 2020
'Clinton win likely to lead to a rate hike'
Aiming to broaden fixed income range
Experiencing frequent volatility
Record inflows in run-up to Brexit
Managers tell Investment Week about the difficulties of dealing with record low yields in traditional fixed income sectors, and whether areas such as emerging market debt are worth considering.
Foreign investors shed sterling assets
One of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) announcements in August was the intention to buy up to £10bn of corporate bonds over an 18-month period, writes F&C's Ian Robinson.
Reveals details of launch plans
Follows sale of Rogge to Allianz GI
For conservative investors
Working as currency specialist
Potential for QE to be ended earlier than expected
Investors favouring fixed income
Join from BNP Paribas and VTB Bank