Structural imbalances in the gilts market have worsened since the central bank's QE programme faced major setbacks. Supply is squeezed and prices are distorted, pushing down yields yet again. Stephanie Baxter asks if we should be worried.
At a glance Yields fell to record levels after BoE’s failure to find enough sellers of long-dated gilts Getting to the point where market is tied up and eventually nothing is left to buy ...
An abrupt change in interest rates "will lead to problems" in the real economy and financial markets, economist Gerard Lyons warns.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has banned three people from serving as pension trustees after around £9m was suspected of being scammed from 346 savers.
Over three-quarters of investment managers are male, while over four in ten are white British, according to research by the Diversity Project.
Schemes are increasing their usage of index strategies. Armit Bhambra looks at the four key factors driving this growth