Valuations on some global asset classes look distinctly frothy. Others don't. Here we identify which bubble is likely to burst first, and when.
UK investors are hoping for better returns yet fail to increase their exposure to higher-risk assets, according to research by Schroders.
QE and deflationary fears have pushed bond yields to historic lows, but what will be the knock-on effects should sentiment sour beyond this week's shock moves?
Mini bonds may get you in on a company's growth action, but they can also put you in the firing line if things go wrong.
Over 65s can earn a whoppuing 4 per cent from NS&I over three years, dwarfing the 2.4 per cent offered by Close Brothers' savings account.
The government has moved the timescale for NS&I's 'pensioner bonds' from a cash limit of £10 billion to a deadline of 15 May 2015.
NS&I has unveiled the rates for its new income bonds for over 65s before they go on sale in January 2015.
Financial advisers have significantly reduced their clients' bond holdings over the past year with many planning a further squeeze in 2015.
Forward guidance and unprecedented levels of QE have caused a dangerous dislocation in fixed income markets, says bond fund manager Bill Eigen.
A dramatic recent fall in the price of high-yield bonds presents a buying opportunity, says Legg Mason affiliate Western Asset.