iShares Overseas Government Bond Index Fund (UK) D Acc
This unit trust aims to track the JP Morgan Global Government Bond ex UK index. It invests in fixed income securities that comply with the credit rating requirements of the benchmark index. The current yield is 1.4% and income is accumulated. Ongoing charges are 0.16%.
Narrative and ratings content all as of 01 January 2019.See all Money Observer rated funds
|United States Treasury Notes 1.5%||1.05 %|
|Japan (Government Of) 1.2%||0.56 %|
|United States Treasury Notes 1.88%||0.52 %|
|United States Treasury Notes 1.75%||0.49 %|
|United States Treasury Notes 2.62%||0.45 %|
|United States Treasury Notes 3.62%||0.44 %|
|United States Treasury Notes 2%||0.42 %|
|United States Treasury Notes 2.25%||0.40 %|
|United States Treasury Notes 2.12%||0.40 %|
|France (Republic Of) 1.75%||0.38 %|
Francis Rayner, Associate, is a member of BlackRock's Fixed Income Portfolio Solutions group. Mr. Rayner's service with the firm dates back to 2008, including his years with Barclays Global Investors (BGI), which merged with BlackRock in 2009. At BGI, he was an assistant portfolio manager. Prior to joining BGI, he spent six years working for Prudential M&G and International Financial Data Services as a client relationship manager. Mr. Rayner earned a BSc degree in mathematics from Lancaster University in 1999.
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