Fixed income in 2023: Bonds now yielding results
- 03 mins 17 secs
Learning: UnstructuredRhys Davies, Fixed Interest Fund Manager
If 2022 was the year to avoid bonds, 2023 may well be the year to buy them again, says Rhys Davies. That’s because yields are now much higher than they were a year ago, and the inflation outlook is better.
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