EUROPE - Investors are flocking to safe haven UK government bonds as they seek shelter from turbulent global markets.
The price of 30-year gilts soared as much as 1.8% this morning, before retreating to 1.3% at 11am, with investors looking to shield their capital from the volatile market conditions. F&C's Ian Robinson,...
The global economy has rebounded from the lows reached in March and April but momentum has waned as rising cases of COVID-19 have forced some regions to once again restrict activity. Jim Cielinski, Global Head of Fixed Income at Janus Henderson Investors, discusses whether credit markets can remain immune to the economic fragility.
As governments across the world seek to rebuild their shattered economies, they have announced significant spending plans to generate growth.
Global exchange-traded products (ETPs) have recorded their strongest month for inflows in 2020 as $71.5bn was added to the market, with fixed income buoying the industry providing $46.7bn of the total, according to iShares.
The fixed income year started with low yields and tight spreads but developed into a 'brutal' March. Mark Holman looks at where we are today and shares his thoughts for the future