Which funds stole the show?
Will step down at the end of 2018
Speaking ahead of Bank of England meeting today
Fidelity has launched a fund of funds investing in lesser-known portfolios as an exclusive offering for its high-net-worth (HNW) direct clients.
The era of easy money may continue for another two years despite US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke's 'bombshell' announcement last month, according to Fidelity's Ian Spreadbury.
Fidelity's Ian Spreadbury has warned the UK economy would be unable to handle higher gilt yields, and expects incoming governor Mark Carney to push for more stimulus to keep prices stable.
Ian Spreadbury's £3.5bn Fidelity MoneyBuilder Income fund has widened its remit to allow the manager to buy non-sterling corporate debt in a move to boost liquidity and performance.
Ashcourt Rowan's new head of funds research has moved to counter dwindling bond market liquidity by adding funds with "more stable" asset bases to the group's buy list.
Fidelity is launching a short-duration version of bond manager Ian Spreadbury's £3.3bn MoneyBuilder Income fund.
Fidelity's Ian Spreadbury has warned conditions in bond markets are the most risky he has seen since he started his career 30 years ago.
Fidelity's Ian Spreadbury has snapped up some Italian and Spanish sovereign debt, as well as corporates in both regions, to provide his funds with some extra yield.
Fidelity's Ian Spreadbury has revealed how he would cope with a sudden round of redemptions if demand for corporate bond funds reverses.
Fidelity Worldwide Investment has expanded its bond fund range with the launch of a global high yield fund for managers Ian Spreadbury and Peter Khan.
Fidelity's star bond fund manager Ian Spreadbury has warned some parts of the bond markets are under more pressure than during the height of the credit crunch.
A SCREAMING BUY?
Fidelity's bond manager Ian Spreadbury has warned the UK has a 20% chance of returning to recession as consumers face mounting pressure from taxes, commodity price rises and high unemployment.
Fixed income stars Jim Leaviss and Ian Spreadbury warn rate rises now would be "near intolerable" for households and expect bank rates to hover around record lows.