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Have you sold out of either Invesco Perpetual Income or High Income since the news of Neil Woodford’s resignation in October?
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The Ignis Absolute Return Government Bond fund’s use of short positions allows it to outperform when conditions are typically unfavourable for fixed income assets.
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The Ignis Absolute Return Government Bond fund is designed to deliver positive returns in all market conditions, as its performance in the difficult summer months demonstrated.
16 Nov, 2013 at 16:00
Fund managers will need to take a different approach to bonds in the coming years as market conditions become less favorable for the asset class.
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