Nomura Asset Management's head of unconstrained fixed income Dickie Hodges has bought Italian debt for the first time this year, as he anticipates a post-referendum rally similar to the market reaction in the UK after the Brexit vote.
Hodges (pictured), who runs the $84m Global Dynamic Bond fund, bought 10-year and 7-year Italian bonds and 10-year Italian bond futures last week and added to his Italian position again this week. He...
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