Strategic thinking

June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p38
In this article the author discusses the status of corporate bonds amidst the economic downturn in Great Britain. She mentions that strategic bond managers believe that the attractions of index-connected issues are augmenting. She states that fund manager Chris Hiorn is drawn towards index-linked gilts. She adds that many are still hesitant with the index-linked market such as its amount of potential issuance. She also states that strategic bond space is gaining attention.


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