For much of the 20th century, understanding the demographic changes in the Western world would have allowed you to predict government bond yields pretty accurately.
Money still leaving active equities
Holder also worked at Fitch Ratings
About 45% of the global bond market is now eligible for central bank purchases. While it is difficult to position for further significant falls in gilt yields, it is hard to fathom what will lead to yields breaking sustainably higher, according to SLI's...
The 'growth gap' between emerging and developed markets is widening in the former's favour and emerging markets are expected to grow by a robust 4.5% this year, according to Muzinich's Warren Hyland.
Managed by Hawkins and Spector
QE losing effectiveness
Negative returns from bonds
At its August meeting, the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) halved the bank rate to 0.25% in addition to implementing a new Term Funding Structure and a purchase of up to £70bn UK corporate and government bonds.
Scott Ingham, investment director at Heartwood Investment Management, looks at the optimal risk/return approach to investing in bonds at a time when yields are unsustainably low
As US interest rate hike looms
New development for manager
Strong first year performance
Inflation set to rise to 3% by 2017
Property and equity sectors record largest outflows
Low corporate bonds breakevens
To support client demand
Second round of fundraising
From 0.75% to 0.6%
Asset class has grown over past decade
Jim Cielinski, global head of fixed income at Columbia Threadneedle, has said both equities and bonds will struggle to generate significant returns now interest rates have run out of room to fall after bottoming out globally.