Bitesized bonds: some good news for the high yield market
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This year, the Bank of England, the Federal Reserve and even the European Central Bank have moved to raise interest rates in an effort to get inflation down. It has created challenges for investors. But we are finally seeing more yield in bond markets.
Rhys Davies, Fixed Interest Fund Manager and Senior Credit Analyst, shares his thoughts on the high yield market.
And all in under five minutes.
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