Sterling-denominated bonds saw their worst quarter on record in Q2 of 2015, amid a fierce sell-off in German bunds and escalating worries over upcoming rate increases.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch's broad market sterling index, which includes both corporate and government bonds, showed sterling bonds lost 3.74% over the three months to the end of June. Total return...
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