Yield switch

Heron, Craig
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/30/2009, p14
The article discusses government bonds and the risks that go along with such investments in Great Britain. It mentions that government bonds offer a predictable return but its maturity is difficult to achieve especially during inflation. It also notes that lower inflation and interest rates contributes to the strong performance of gilts and government bonds.


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