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The best way to invest in bonds

The best way to invest in bonds

Investors must look beyond traditional 'safe' bonds and adopt a more flexible approach to address rising interest rates and inflation concerns, argues funds analyst Dzmitry Lipski.

Property firm tempts income investors with 5.25% retail bond

Property firm tempts income investors with 5.25% retail bond

Not since April 2016 has a retail bond offered a coupon of over 5%. Kyle Caldwell runs through all the details.

Should bond investors prepare for summertime blues?

Should bond investors prepare for summertime blues?

Phil Milburn, co-manager of the Kames High Yield Bond fund, considers whether the bond market will wobble in the summer months.

Lorry load of IPOs head for London

Lorry load of IPOs head for London

One of Europe's biggest truckers will float in London next month, with another investment trust and others firming up plans to list as IPO activity picks up.

Snapchat set for IPO surge

Snapchat set for IPO surge

Traders starved of a big tech IPO are chomping at the bit for Snap shares. Lee Wild discusses whether this loss-making behemoth is a buy.

Ramsdens IPO is 'extremely cheap'

Ramsdens IPO is 'extremely cheap'

This Middlesbrough pawnbroker has had a great first day on AIM. But even after big gains, the shares could be a bargain, reports Lee Wild.

Latest IPO is forgotten gem

Latest IPO is forgotten gem

A serial resources entrepreneur with a great track record is bringing another business to London on Monday. Lee Wild talks to the man himself and discusses the chance of success.

Volatility the biggest risk investors face in 2017

Volatility the biggest risk investors face in 2017

Volatility is the biggest pothole in the path to mouthwatering returns, warns Ken Fisher, but interest rate risk, inflation risk and political risk shouldn't be underestimated either.

Here's how inflation could top 4% in 2017

Here's how inflation could top 4% in 2017

Rory McPherson at Psigma reckons inflation may grow much faster than the Bank of England thinks next year. Here, he explains why - and how to position your portfolio for it.

Why markets are wary as European elections loom

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December's referendum in Italy and elections in France and Germany next year could have seismic effects on markets, warns David Zahn, who explores how it may play out.