Bonds Europe Managers - Latest News
Pound jumps as May offers MPs vote on no-deal Brexit and delay
Pound rallies as prime minister offers MPs chance to reject a no-deal Brexit and vote on a delay if she fails to secure backing for her agreement.By Vicky McKeever - 26 February 2019, 13:45
Suspended Pioneer pair resign amid AM spin-off claims
Asset manager confirms departure of head of European government bonds and portfolio construction chief.
Pioneer suspends senior fixed income managers
Investment firm takes managers out of active duty after pair allegedly began work to set up another asset management company.
Draghi holds fire but drops hint of December ECB action
European Central Bank opens door for more stimulus after pledging to assess levels of asset purchases at next meeting.
High yield hotshots battle volatility in bid for consistency
In the Bonds — Global High Yield sector, managers are struggling to find consistency in changing conditions.
Markets bank on super Mario to save ailing eurozone
Economic stagnation and political risk could lead to another eurozone crisis.
Threadneedle unveils UK mirror of global opps bond fund
New fund will be co-managed by head of fixed income Jim Cielinski and Martin Harvey.
Bonds rally as Europe creeps toward sovereign QE
Mario Draghi has won unanimity for a €1 trillion balance sheet expansion, which could include sovereign bond purchases within the next few months
Subzero: Europe goes negative as Draghi cuts rates
Negative nominal yields have appeared in short-dated government bonds in core European countries.
Investment trusts: Hayward heralds renaissance of asset-backed securities
Ben Hayward of TwentyFour Income is predicting a revival in the European ABS market, as ECB president Mario Draghi puts his weight behind the much maligned asset class.