In June 2016, immediately before the Brexit referendum, a curious thing happened.
In response to investor feedback
The US retail sector is struggling. This may seem strange, given the US economy is strengthening and consumer confidence is rising.
When investments deliver double-digit returns within a year, it is normal for investors to pause for breath and reassess the original investment thesis.
Pair of bond funds launched last year
Managed by Simon Bond
Seeing stretched valuations in bonds
Model portfolio managers cut equities in Q1 amid political risk; Increasing exposure to UK property and absolute return
Barometer measures 97 UK portfolios
Trump favours her low rate policy
TwentyFour's Holman: The UK has a healthy Brexit risk premium and people shouldn't be afraid of allocating here
Dynamic Bond fund celebrates seventh anniversary
Karsten Bierre warns of dangers of 'picking the winners'
Remains positive on European credit
Over the past year, global bond markets have been buffeted by a storm of political and macro headlines: the pace and timing of US Federal Reserve rate hikes; Brexit; China slowdown concerns; Italian referendum; oil markets and key elections in Europe...
To be managed by Jeffrey D. Mueller
Managers from Investment Week's Edinburgh Fixed Income Briefing discuss the opportunities and risks for the asset class.
Mark Benstead, fixed income fund manager at LGIM, explains why he believes duration should be 'embraced' within bond portfolios, rather than traded in a bid to produce alpha.
Bond yield challenge
Region offering 'compelling valuations'
It may seem strange to consider emerging markets a potential safe haven, but arguably that is now the view of many of those looking to mitigate the political uncertainties in Europe and the US.
Election to be held on 23 April
Witold Bahrke, senior strategist at Nordea Asset Management, discusses how sustainable the recent stockmarket rally is and what is in store for bonds.
Making US long-dated bonds attractive
In a financial world where pundits continue writing their articles, blogs and analysis about an equity correction or a bond market crunch, would-be investors could be forgiven for keeping their cash in non-yielding bank accounts and accepting the eroding...
Forecast global productivity slowdown