Partner Insight: For many investors, bonds represent only a 'safe haven' or 'low yielding' type of investment. But not all bonds represent safety, and there are many types of bonds that are able to provide a steady or high yield in all sorts of interest...
Partner Insight: The dangers of having too much debt in the economy are many, and as global debt hits a trillion-dollar high there are fears we could heading for a repeat of the global financial crisis.
Avoiding domestic stocks
Rising debt levels
Despite Moody's downgrade
'Spiral of complacency'
Corporate profits rebounding
Challenges more significant than outcome of Brexit vote
Michael Hasenstab, executive vice president and chief investment officer for Templeton Global Macro Group, gives his assessment of China's true debt levels.
Buying BHP and Rio Tinto
Fears that Europe's more radical protest parties would be the ones to lead the region's recovery are no more, following the Greek prime minister's resignation last month, says Tim Stevenson, manager of Henderson EuroTrust.
Jade Fu, investment manager at Heartwood Investment Management, analyses the public and private debt balances of Asian economies, and how they impact investors in the region
Hermes has relaunched its real estate debt fund in a bid to take advantage of the burgeoning opportunities in UK commercial property.
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Frontier market debt: Time to catch up?
Could we soon see the return of MBS?
Wonga will write off the debts of 330,000 customers, worth £220m, after the FCA found flaws in its system for assessing the ability of borrowers to pay back their debts.
First State Investments' head of emerging markets debt Helene Williamson argues EM debt valuations have moved away from other fixed income markets, leaving it looking attractive.
The managers of the Ruffer investment company have made back two-thirds of their 2009 investment into distressed assets amid more favourable market conditions for some illiquid strategies.
Could debt funds be an alternative to high yield?
An independent Scotland would be forced to write the rest of the UK a £143bn IOU for national debt, according to the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR).
The UK's borrowings have fallen to £95bn in 2014/15, undercutting previous expectations, the Chancellor has said.
T Rowe Price's emerging market debt team has cut back on its Iraq government debt position, in anticipation of renewed political turmoil in the country.