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...
Savers pushed into riskier investments
Addition to Global Investor Series
The bonds of financial institutions, specifically the more risky ones such as Additional Tier 1 (AT1) or 'CoCos', look particularly desirable again, according to Vontobel AM's Mondher Bettaieb.
First rate move in seven years
For manager Holger Mertens