Follows post-Brexit flight to quality
Interest rates set to be lower for longer
Inflation-linked bonds have been out of favour for the past three years as global developed market headline inflation rates and inflation expectations have fallen in the face of tepid economic demand and weak oil and commodity prices.
Kevin O'Nolan, portfolio manager in the Fidelity Solutions team, discusses the repercussions of the recent EU referendum, including the risks of political contagion in Europe.
Carney hinted at monetary easing in summer
Aims for lower volatility than government bonds
FTSE also down over 1%
Strongest start to the year since 2001
Await interest rate decision
Financial services has 'most to lose'
Property funds have been key beneficiaries of investors' hunt for yield in recent years, with the IA Property sector in the top five most popular investment classifications for the past two years. A record £3.8bn of flows was taken in 2014, backed up...
Time to become less bullish, says manager
Japanese equities plunge 5%
Effective from 29 January
BT Pension Scheme goes passive
Fears of unwinding of QE
The Bank of England has admitted to making errors in its reporting of foreign investors' purchases of UK government bonds in recent weeks.
Equity markets have begun to recover after an early slump driven by a plunge in German sovereign debt prices.
Activist government may target investors
International investors have begun selling out of UK gilt holdings on uncertainty over how Britain will manage its debt pile in the next parliament.
With less than four weeks to go until the general election, wealth managers and strategists give their view on how investors should be positioned.
Foreigner investors have been selling UK gilts at a faster rate than at the peak of the financial crisis in 2009, ahead of an unpredictable general election.
If aliens knocked on my front door, having read pre-Millennium economic theory books, they would be scratching their frontal lobes with dismay.