UK equities had a positive start to 2019. While this can be partly viewed as a rebound after 2018's difficult final quarter, what is likely to have been most significant is an extraordinary U-turn by the US Federal Reserve.
As recently as December, investors were being led to expect that US central bankers would make several 0.25% increases to interest rates this year, coupled with a continuation of quantitative tightening...
Partner Insight: In this environment, a well-resourced credit research team is essential and having traders to keep check on markets is very helpful too, according to Fidelity fixed income managers Sajiv Vaid, Peter Khan and Kris Atkinson
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In recent weeks, investors have fixated on the inversion of several sovereign yield curves, most notably the US Treasury curve.
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