A rigorous process – focused on liquidity & yield

As expected by the market, the Bank of England (BoE) embarked on its first monetary tightening cycle in a decade last Thursday, with the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voting to hike interest rates to 0.50%. Although this will be some relief for long-suffering savers, rates still remain incredibly low in a historical context.

Steve Matthews

Steve Matthews

Fund Manager, Liquidity

Andy Head

Andy Head

Assistant Fund Manager

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2018 – the turn of the tide for loose money?

Many of the recent comments around fixed income have referred to the impact on the asset class of global monetary tightening. For example, the US Federal Reserve (Fed) and Bank of Canada (BoC) have already raised interest rates, the Bank of England (BoE) have followed suit and, in January, the European Central Bank (ECB) will begin tapering their huge quantitative easing programme.

Bill Harer

Bill Harer

Head of Fixed Income - Credit Research & UK Linked Funds

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Our short duration strategy: one year on

September 2007 is regarded by many as the beginning of the global financial crisis. However, despite the initial market sell-offs, the performance of most asset classes were turbo-charged in the decade that followed, given that it ushered in an era of ultra-loose monetary policy.

Michael Count

Michael Count

Senior Fund Manager, Fixed Income

Steve Matthews

Steve Matthews

Fund Manager, Liquidity

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