UK fixed income funds suffer worst outflows since March 2020

Investors withdraw net £752m from UK bonds in September

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Investors withdraw net £752m from UK bonds in September
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Investors withdraw net £752m from UK bonds in September

UK-domiciled fixed income funds suffered their largest net outflow since March 2020 in September, signalling investors’ concerns about inflation and potential interest rate hikes, according to data from Morningstar.

Large redemptions from a handful of fixed income funds led the asset class to a £752m outflow - its largest since the "coronavirus crash" in March last year. Bhavik Parekh, manager research analyst...

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