Speaking to Artemis and AllianzGI
Fixed income 'surprise winner'
Duration has remained steady in European sector
Range of three funds
Investors say they will continue to buy high yield bonds despite perceived risk
Following demand from UK clients
Two co-managers appointed
Euro up against most major currencies
Left AXA IM in 2013
Once the world's largest bond fund
Combined inflows of €17.8bn
Focus on financials
10-year Treasury yield range bound
Suitable for $ investors
As ten-year US Treasuries hit 3%, it is time to start thinking out of the box, writes Brian Heyworth, global head of client strategy at HSBC Global Asset Management.
Yield curve continues to flatten
Strengthening dollar a risk
When the relationship between two well-observed and liquid variables in the bond markets reaches multi-year wides, it warrants attention.
Rising inflation a risk
PARTNER INSIGHT: Mike Amey, managing director and portfolio manager for the PIMCO GIS Global Libor Plus Bond fund, on why a 'balanced' and active investment approach is helping to generate returns whilst maintaining a low risk profile.
Over the past quarter, the consensus view of many has been to challenge the role and attractiveness of fixed income as an asset class.
Markets have benefitted from a co-ordinated global recovery, led by central banks operating in a synchronised manner.