Bonds

Brexit: how bond markets have reacted

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Violent moves in equities and sterling grabbed headlines, but Brexit has seriously impacted debt markets too. Andre Severino at Nikko Asset Management provides expert analysis.

Why high-yield bonds are shares on steroids

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High-yield, or 'junk', bonds should be handled with care, says Tom Stevenson at Fidelity, but the returns can be stellar - and now could be the time to buy.

22 fund and trusts to see you through stockmarket volatility

22 fund and trusts to see you through stockmarket volatility

Market ructions have thrown up opportunities for value and contrarian investors, while UK smaller companies have avoided the storms.

Growth portfolios make up ground - model portfolio April 15 update

Growth portfolios make up ground - model portfolio April 15 update

Money Observer's growth-based portfolios shine as stockmarket investors favour wider range of shares.

Leaders, laggards and switches - model portfolio April 15 update

Leaders, laggards and switches - model portfolio April 15 update

Best and worst performers in the 12 income and growth portfolios revealed, and why Fidelity Moneybuilder Income gets the chop.

Retail bonds are back

Retail bonds are back

A drought in the retail bond market is over and investors now have a number of issuances to choose from.

Rated Funds 2015: Global bonds

Rated Funds 2015: Global bonds

As part of a balanced portfolio of investments, bond funds can play a useful role, especially for people who need income or are of a more cautious nature.

Where to invest in 2015: Bonds

Where to invest in 2015: Bonds

Confused about where to invest this year? We ask the experts for their stockmarket tips.

Solar power sector set to shine in Active Income Portfolio

Solar power sector set to shine in Active Income Portfolio

Our active income portfolio is pulling out of a profitable global investment and reinvesting the cash in UK-based solar power generation.

Bonds could suffer a 90s-style crash, says veteran manager

Bonds could suffer a 90s-style crash, says veteran manager

Forward guidance and unprecedented levels of QE have caused a dangerous dislocation in fixed income markets, reckons Bill Eigen.

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