Investors can 'sleep easily'
Run by Bambos Hambi
This year has once again been one where bullish bond investors have been a little smug.
Will have OCF of 0.25%
Financial conditions are looser today than at the start of the year
Mixed asset edges up sales chart
Investment grade remains attractive
Brexit proving a headwind
Fall in number from first quarter
Financial Stability Report identifies risks posed by China; likely repricing to come
‘Record’ number consider corporate bonds overvalued
In response to investor feedback
Making US long-dated bonds attractive
Joined firm in December for launch
In the third part of a short series, managers tell Investment Week which value plays still look attractive after a strong run this year.
The forthcoming political calendar contains several events that have the potential to unnerve markets: the UK is set to invoke Article 50 of the EU treaty; populist movements seek to redraw historic party lines at elections in France and Germany; Italy's...
Credit as an asset class has historically delivered reliable returns across the cycle. Last year's returns in global credit were exceeding 6%, writes Vontobel's Christian Hantel.
'Capitalise on targeted market opportunities'
BMO GAM reveals data for Q2 and Q3
Addition to eight-strong range
Duration, duration, duration: Why some investors will be disappointed with their strategic bond funds
A multi-faceted universe of funds
One of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) announcements in August was the intention to buy up to £10bn of corporate bonds over an 18-month period, writes F&C's Ian Robinson.
For conservative investors
Despite Europe's proximity to the UK, euro credit has been the least volatile of the three - a fact largely explained by the European Central Bank's (ECB) well-received corporate bond purchase programme, first announced in March which has directly supported...