Liontrust's Roberts: Why I remain bearish on gilts (despite supportive data)

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David Roberts of Liontrust
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David Roberts of Liontrust

Weak headline UK data support gilt prices once again but I remain reluctant to invest my own cash, never mind my clients', in this market.

Of course, all needs taken in context. UK CPI at the headline level (which, one must remember, is the Monetary Policy Committee [MPC] target) remained high in June, printing at 2.4%. It was similar...

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