As super funds continue their search for yield, Raewyn Williams takes a look at one source of income that is very close to home: franking credits.
In a Q&A with InvestorDaily, Henderson Global Investors’ Stephen Thariyan discusses the Trump rally, inflation expectations, the UK’s departure from the European Union, and what it all means for credit markets.
While efforts to reduce the number of people living in poverty have had a raft of positive outcomes, a number of unexpected results highlight a flaw in investor thinking, according to Insync Fund Managers’ Monik Kotecha.
Hedge fund managers will need to update their business model in order to compete with new strategies offered by disruptive and innovative technology providers, writes Quandl's Abraham Thomas.
Handing over the management of your money to a professional financial manager is not a matter to be taken lightly, and understanding how a manager’s strategy works is key to maximising an investment’s potential, writes Harvest Lane’s Luke Cummings.
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The road ahead for credit markets
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