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Investing in bonds is an effective way of diversifying an investment portfolio and creating a reliable stream of fixed income. The fixed-income investments are simply loans that investors issue to companies or governments in return for periodic returns, based on the prevailing interest rate. The institution issuing the bond is obliged to pay a defined interest for the duration of the bond, depending on the amount investor loans.

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Latest Bonds News

The Best Emerging Market Debt Bond Funds to Watch in 2020

Buying bonds offers a smart way to make a fixed return investment. If you choose bonds such as those from the US Treasury or the UK Government then expect a steady if unspectacular return. However, some of the best returns...

Modi’s avoidance of extra debt relieves ‘scared’ bond investors

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has kept the Indian government debt in line with the budgeted estimates, easing the country’s market after enduring months of declines. In the financial year starting April 1. 2020, Modi’s administration will borrow about $109 billion,...

The bond market is once more worried about a recession

With last year’s recession out of the way, it seems the bond market is at it again. Experts say the market is sending another downturn signal. Just like in 2019, the spread between different bonds or the yield curves is...

Fed’s Wednesday Meeting triggers higher US Treasury Yields

This week’s Fed meeting will be one of the most anticipated and the stakes are undoubtedly high, amid a slump in the Chinese economy occasioned by an outbreak of the Coronavirus. Reports this morning indicate the death toll has risen...

UK debt boss pours cold water on “green” government bonds

UK’s head of Debt Management Office (DMO) has expressed concerns over the issuance of green state bonds. Sir Robert Stheeman poured cold water on the case saying it would be more costly to the public compared to conventional gilts. Sir...

Barclays, FactSet unveil tool to bolster transparency in the bond market

London-headquartered multi-national bank, Barclays Plc and data service provider FactSet have agreed to collaborate to foster transparency on the “opaque” bond market. Barclays is one of the oldest financial institutions globally, having existed for more than 325 years. Chief Executive...

Very few LCF bond investors to be compensated, FCA now says

It is now official that of the 11,600 investors that invested in the inoperative bondholder London Capital & Finance (LCF), only 159 would be compensated. The Investment firm was permanently closed after it was involved in one of the kingdom’s...

Bond investors not fooled by Goldman Sachs’ market assessment

Following the assassination of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani on Friday last week, bond investors have been shifting to government bonds triggering a sharp decline in the US government debt. It would appear the high risk associated with bonds that boosted...

A decade in the Canadian Market

How good have Canadian stocks performed over the last decade? It’s simple: investors would be better off investing in guaranteed government bonds and avoiding risky and volatile equities. A combined bond investment of provincial, municipal and federal bonds returned 94%...

How to use the ‘stock-bond-ratio’ to invest

Investors are now thinking about bond investment in a whole new way, thanks to the changing market dynamics. Savvy investors have moved away from the old age adage that required one to hold a bond portfolio equal to their age...

Christmas comes early for premium bond winners

Christmas has come early for a few lucky investors who subscribed to the premium bonds. Last month, several people walked away with prizes ranging from £1 million to £100,000 to £25 and this month is no different. Each month, premium...

Watchdog: No more mini-bond marketing to regular savers

Most armchair investors get excited at the idea of speculative bonds, which promise far much greater returns compared to the conventional ones. However, most of the mini-bonds have been at the center of mega scandals such as the downfall of...

Goldman Sachs strategists: Expect a “baby bear” market in bonds next year

According to strategists from Goldman Sachs, next year’s bonds could be characterized by a “baby bear” market, slightly higher interest rates resulting from an improving economy, little to zero central bank interventions, and subdued worldwide inflation. The firm’s analysts explained...

The $4 trillion boost that is pushing US stocks to record highs

Last month’s rescue of the overnight lending market by the Federal Reserve Bank seems to be having unexpected effects: the stock market is being boosted. The overnight lending rate spiked in September breaking the financial market’s plumbing as banks and...

Do bond markets care anymore about deficits?

The UK’s official opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn on Thursday unveiled his manifesto full of mega investments that he plans to fund through debt capital should he clinch the top seat in the coming elections. But the UK bond market has...

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