TwentyFour’s Bowie names top bonds to survive rising rates
TwentyFour Asset Management’s Chris Bowie names his top bond picks that will help protect against a rising rate environment.
What does ECB tapering mean for eurozone bonds?
The European Central Bank (ECB) has begun to unwind quantitative easing, reducing its bond purchases to €30bn a month from €60bn last year. The situation will be reviewed again at the end of September, with some predicting it will swiftly move to zero.
Neptune: Stocks ‘less risky’ than bonds in the long term
Pensioners who believe the popular opinion that stocks are riskier than bonds overall risk “under-funding their retirement”, James Dowey, Neptune’s CIO and chief economist, has warned.
Oxford University to raise £250m with first ever bond
Oxford University is to issue its first bond by the end of the year in order to raise £250m, using JP Morgan to arrange investor meetings.
M&G goes green with ethical high-yield fund launch
M&G Investments has launched an ESG-screened global high-yield bond fund, the company’s first venture into the area of responsible investing.