Central bank intervention and heightened expectations of a UK rate cut have led investors to abandon "common-sense investing", according to Nomura Asset Management's head of unconstrained fixed income Dickie Hodges.
The manager (pictured) of the $90m Global Dynamic Bond fund, which he launched in January 2015, said "central banks are in a trap they cannot get out of" as markets have already priced in an August rate...
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