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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

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...

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...

Japan could soon issue 50-year state bonds

Plans are underway for Japan policymakers to issue a 50-year bond as a means of setting a floor under the long-interest rates. Selling bonds of this nature would allow the government to curb long term funding while giving higher returns...

Investor-backed green bonds may not be that green after all

A quick one for – would you be comfortable investing in green bonds knowing too well that the proceeds would not be used on green projects? Well, research shows that many bonds associated with responsible investments can’t actually stand rigorous...

Should you replace bonds with gold?

The World Gold Council (WGC) recently published a new Investment Update titled ‘It may be time to replace bonds with gold.’ But is it? The WGC report said that investors are now operating in the market with flat to inverted...

For the first time in history, Premium Bonds are on sale

Premium bonds are now available for sale in post offices across the UK. According to the chairman of the National Savings Committee Lord Mackintosh, his projected sales for the month run to the tune of £50 million at a unit...

Bond markets stabilize after a series of chaotic events

Traders are crossing their fingers and hoping that the Federal Reserve’s Wednesday interest rate cut would be last for some time. The central bank is next week expected to comply with the Fed’s changes and consequently lower its target policy...

ECB rates remain unchanged as EU bond yields drop

On Thursday The European Central Bank (ECB) made a decision to keep key interest rates for the euro unchanged. President Mario Draghi in his last conference had noted that negative interest rates have “boosted the economy.” “Negative rates have stimulated...

The Bonds Markets – An Introduction

Gilts, Investment Grade or Junk – A Look At Investment In Tradable Debt Instruments Whether the aim is stable income in retirement, a specific future cash need, portfolio diversification or old-fashioned risk aversion, or a combination of such factors, an...

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