About 45% of the global bond market is now eligible for central bank purchases. While it is difficult to position for further significant falls in gilt yields, it is hard to fathom what will lead to yields breaking sustainably higher, according to SLI's Mark Munro.
The Bank of England is the latest to add corporate bonds to its shopping list and eligible bonds have rallied hard. While investor's should not fall into the trap of chasing yield everywhere that central...
Long-term growth area
Round-up of diversity coverage
Top five holdings make up 45%
Central banks in tight position in case of downturn
Going against the grain