Asset Classes - BondsRSS
Despite international pressure on the country, ACPI’s Daniel Moreno is holding local and hard currency Russian debt as his largest positions.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued a further warning to consumers about the risks of investing in corporate bond funds.
Almost £200 million has been withdrawn from Miton’s Multi-Asset funds during six months which included the departure of former manager Martin Gray and replacement by David Jane
Brown Shipley is planning to revamp its suite of funds later this year in a process that will include the launch of two new products.
John Yakas and Nick Brind, managers of the £184 million Polar Capital Global Financials trust, have argued that banks will soon have to begin returning capital to shareholders.
Fredrik Nerbrand, global head of asset allocation at HSBC, explains why he is backing safe-haven government bonds.
Asset manager announces new named portfolio manager on multi-strategy, alternative beta-focused fund.
John Anderson managed JPMorgan's Sterling Corporate Bond fund.
Jupiter's Merlin multi-manager team has bought into Neil Woodford's new fund, Wealth Manager can reveal.
The Jupiter Merlin team has added the Evenlode Income fund, managed by Rathbones alumnus Hugh Yarrow, to two of its portfolios.
Bond specialist Michael Della Vedova is looking to the secondary market for 'tried and tested' bets as primary plays prove troublesome.
Citywire reveals the funds run by AAA-rated managers that contain less than what Barcelona paid for Luis Suarez.
The Fed will shut down its five-year programme of asset purchases in October
The launch of Aviva’s Gars-like rival has been eagerly awaited since Euan Munro, the architect of Gars, joined the firm back in January
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Brewin Dolphin continues to be backed by a host of star fund managers and there was interesting trading in the stock after it revealed it would take a hit from a failed IT system.
A trust that I have always been interested in – because it is a bit like the imaginary fund I would run if I won the Euromillions lottery – is London & St Lawrence
Old Mutual's bond guru has some advice for Carney one year after he took the helm at the Bank of England.
Schroders has acted to staunch flows into its catastrophe-bond fund less than a year after its launch.
David Taylor has retired from Invesco after 18 years as a manager in the group’s fixed income team.
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