Old Mutual friend

Dampier, Mark
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/3/2009, p12
The article discusses the activities in the bond market in Great Britain. The author mentions that despite the huge popularity of bonds, it is important for people to be more careful about buying them and consider stock selection as a way to evaluate them. He affirms that one of the top priorities in the sector for the years to come would be neutralising the dangers of increasing bond yields.


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