In June 2016, immediately before the Brexit referendum, a curious thing happened.
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
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
To be managed by Jeffrey D. Mueller
Region offering 'compelling valuations'
Current institute predicts three to four more hikes in 2017
European political fears are overstated
Big Question: How are you positioned from a fixed income perspective as we head into a global inflationary environment?
In this week's Big Question, fund managers discuss whether concerns about rising inflation have been overstated, and reveal their portfolio positioning.
Comparing environment to 1994
Low- and high-risk parts of market under pressure
Jeff Mueller, high yield portfolio manager at Eaton Vance, talks to Lawrence Gosling about his outlook for the sector in 2017.
'Increasingly important asset class'
A 'mixed blessing' for multi-asset investors
Lessons from the financial crisis
Fitch's outlook in credit negative
Bond outlook finally looks to be changing
Rising wages and inflation
Run by Konstantin Leidman
You may not have enjoyed 2016 but it was actually a decent year for investors. Perhaps surprisingly, Russia, Brazil and high yield top the performance rankings, which goes to show the wisdom of avoiding crowded trades.
EMs on a 'whopping' 30% discount
Credit as an asset class has historically delivered reliable returns across the cycle. Last year's returns in global credit were exceeding 6%, writes Vontobel's Christian Hantel.