How volatility is changing the income story in US markets

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How volatility is changing the income story in US markets

A so called 'dash for trash' could see investors that are focus on 'quality income' in US markets underperform in the coming months, according to Stephen Thornber, fund manager at Columbia Threadneedle.

One of the trends that really shone through last year was the relative outperformance of the consumer sector. Thanks to the lower oil price, along with employment growth and, to a lesser extent, wage growth,...

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