Fund managers are seeing opportunities in UK government bonds if Britain decides to leave the European Union later this month, with many expecting gilt prices to rally further in the event of a Brexit vote, following their strongest start to the year since 2001.
According to Thomson Reuters, the FTSE Gilts All-Stocks Total Return index was up 5.5% in 2016, making UK government bonds one of the best performing asset classes year-to-date. The yield on 10-year gilts...
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