Make the grade

Nickerson, Kira
March 2008
Money Marketing;3/20/2008, p44
The article discusses the market performance of the investment-grade funds in Great Britain. With the decline in corporate bond fund, multi-managers have been opting investment-grade funds for new opportunities. According to Threadneedle, credit markets remain under pressure for both investment grade and high yield fund which continue to widen. A government bonds and investment-grade corporate bonds can perform well in an environment of falling interest rates.


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