Fidelity MoneyBuilder Income Net Y
|Long Gilt Future Mar19 G H9||9.83 %|
|Us 10yr Note Fut (Cbt)mar19 Tyh9||2.25 %|
|Us 10yr Ultra Fut Mar19 Uxyh9||1.70 %|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 6%||1.61 %|
|Aspire Defence Finance 4.67%||1.61 %|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 4.5%||1.59 %|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 1.25%||1.38 %|
|European Investment Bank 6%||1.25 %|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 4.75%||1.22 %|
|Us Ultra Bond Cbt Fut Mar19 Wnh9||1.10 %|
|United Kingdom||77.34 %|
|United States||9.05 %|
|Europe - ex Euro||5.07 %|
|Financial Services||23.51 %|
|Consumer Defensive||14.70 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||7.95 %|
|Real Estate||7.53 %|
|Communication Services||5.05 %|
Sajiv is a fund manager on the fixed income team and has ten years experience working in global government and credit markets. He was appointed in 2000 and is responsible for managing corporate bond portfolios for institutional and retail clients.prior to joining RLAM he worked for Fuji Bank. Sajiv graduated from the University of Hull in 1991 in Economic & Social History and holds a MA in Modern International Studies from the University of Leeds.
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