'Liquidity improved' claims at odds with managers
100% of respondents think Brexit will not happen
Investors in bonds issued by Lloyds Bank are to have have their appeal heard by the highest court in the land in a fight against the lender's attempts to repurchase their assets at cut price.
Interest rates on government bonds for the over-65s have been cut by half for those who want to renew them.
Investors across the globe are holding their breath ahead of December's Federal Open Markets Committee (FOMC) meeting, to see if it raises the US interest rates. But is it that big a deal? Potentially. This is why...
Allianz Global Investors' Mike Riddell shares his views
Investors want short duration
Professional Adviser's sister title Investment Week and Morningstar's latest look at the most consistent fund managers across the unit trusts and OEIC universe...
Investors have taken £2.7bn of their money out of M&G's flagship Optimal Income fund in three months after weaker performance due to manager Richard Woolnough's cautious stance.
When you need to revisit the long term plays you thought you could forget...
If you act like a lemming, be ready for a fall
...why it's not like 2012 for investors, in five easy pieces
Fund managers give their views on the key issues impacting global asset classes and outline how they are positioning portfolios.
...bonds. With yields nearing negative territory, are bonds 'uninvestable'?
A fresh flight to safety will ensure government bond yields break through "crazy" record lows again in 2015, Brandywine bond manager Regina Borromeo has said.
Sector report: The challenges ahead for strategic bond managers
Lawrence Gosling discusses the advantages of onshore bonds for investors with Canada Life's Neil Jones
Thanks to investors hungry for better returns, high yield bonds have performed strongly over the last year. More and more companies are issuing corporate bonds in that space. But how long can the good times last?
Henderson Strategic Bond fund manager John Pattullo has moved aggressively in to gilts in a bid to hedge against a worldwide deflationary shock caused by the chaos in emerging markets.
Schroders is to merge its Corporate Bond fund into the Cazenove UK Corporate Bond fund as it continues to streamline its range following the takeover of Cazenove Capital.