Bond investors are being forced to reassess their gilt positions, with some looking across the globe for more compelling opportunities, as the Bank of England's larger-than-expected QE package creates one of 'the most distorted fixed income markets in the world' and concerns grow about the risk/reward profile of the sector.
Although countries with negative interest rates, such as Japan and Switzerland, have seen huge distortions in their own government bond markets, the UK market has been impacted by the repercussions of...
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