Liontrust’s Stuart Steven explains why he is cautiously positive on two major macro risks.
A fin de siècle tome about an anonymous woman’s investing experience in the 1890s reveals what has changed in 129 years - and what hasn’t, says Jenna Barnard.
London Capital and Finance’s mini-bond went into administration at the start of the year, leaving 11,000 investors at risk of losing most of their money.
UK retailers Next and Tesco have returned to the bond markets, attracting a significant amount of investor interest. Laura Gallacher considers the next likely candidate.
So far, this year has seen a good market rally, but risks are building, warns Alex Ralph.
While bonds are still expensive, they can no longer be ignored as they are starting to influence equity markets, writes Liontrust’s Phil Milburn.
We round up the bond and multi-asset choices made by our panels of fund and investment trust experts.
As the low interest rate environment recedes, Cherry Reynard asks bond fund managers how they are positioning for the new world.
Google searches for ‘yield curve’ have grown, but what is it and what is the significance of inversion? Ed Smith explains why US government bond yields have spooked some investors.