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Whilst Julius Caesar undoubtedly had more to worry about, investors could be excused for wanting to watch this March unfold from behind the sofa. Dutch elections, central bank meetings, the triggering of Article 50 and a Spring Budget lie between now and the end of the month. Join Ian Spreadbury and Sajiv Vaid in a live webcast on 21 March at 11am for their views on the implications for bond markets.Duration: 39m 25s
While the recent rise in inflation has been fuelled by higher energy prices, we do see other inflationary pressures in the economy. Tightening labour markets should lead to stronger wage inflation, pushing up the overall level of inflation globally. Against this backdrop, Eugene Philalithis reveals how he is positioned for income.
|1.||Beware the Ides of March?|
|2.||Bond proxies - separating fact from fiction|
|3.||Reflections: the year ahead|
|4.||The outlook for income|
|5.||What does tightening mean for markets?|