Atlantic House launches fixed income fund to profit from rising inflation

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Atlantic House Investments has launched a fixed income fund to offer investors the capacity to profit from rising inflation in falling bond markets.

The Dynamic Duration strategy is designed to perform in inflationary and deflationary environments by pivoting between exposure to conventional fixed income and target exposure to inflation itself. Lead managed by deputy CIO Mark Greenwood said the strategy uses three liquid instruments - government bonds, interest rate swaps and inflation swaps - equally applied between the UK and US markets. Atlantic House launches Global Defined Returns fund It tilts its exposure to fixed income and inflation-linked assets based on three signals: inflation trends, real yields (market inflation c...

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