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AXA Investment Managers has shut its Sterling Gilt fund, attributing the decision to the plummeting yields available from UK sovereign debt.
A mirror version of the Artemis Strategic Bond fund run for Skandia is to be closed, with the assets transferred into an Old Mutual product.
Santander Asset Management has hired a former senior manager from Schroders.
Fredrik Nerbrand, global head of asset allocation at HSBC, explains why he is backing safe-haven government bonds.
UK inflation accelerated to 1.9% in June, exceeding the expectations of many economists.
Citywire reveals the funds run by AAA-rated managers that contain less than what Barcelona paid for Luis Suarez.
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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The debt trap scenario presents investors with two key questions. What do policy makers do now? Second, what does this mean from an asset allocation perspective?
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.
Coutts’ CIO Alan Higgins said tightening by the US Federal Reserve next year could result in a 10% correction in US equities, which investors should view as a buying opportunity.
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