Quantitative tightening a risk
Dollar-denominated bonds have not had the best of times recently, writes Mateusz Malek, head of bonds research at Killik & Co.
Managed by Kacper Brzezniak
Aims to deliver an income of 5%
Investment Week editor Katrina Lloyd talks to Jim Leaviss, head of fixed interest for M&G's mutual fund range, about issues including bond liquidity, the impact of quantitative tightening and global trade wars.
Concern over central bank actions
Long-term case for low yields is intact
Unconventional monetary policy
Financial performance in focus
We had a glimpse of the potential market implications of a more eurosceptic Italian government in recent weeks.
US healthcare system largest in the world
Tournament takes place in Russia
All based in London
Before the Italian President Sergio Mattarella rejected the proposed eurosceptic finance minister Paolo Savona, many market commentators were saying that a yield of 2.5% for 10-year Italian sovereign bonds is a key level for the European Central Bank...
Political leaders in talks
'We should now call this a crisis': Italian bond yields surge to highest since 2012 amid snap election fears
Government bond yields soar
Latin America and Caribbean at risk
Within 18 months
Possible challenges to flows
Could now be Argentina's single largest creditor
10-year Treasury yield passes 3%
Trade war remains a risk
Returns of 140% after buying up debt in 2008
Suitable for $ investors