A year on: Trump’s impact on the fixed income market

Sam Slator 17/10/2017

What does the future spell for bonds almost one year on from the US election? Gary Kirk – who heads up the TwentyFour Dynamic Bond fund – discusses Trump’s impact on the fixed income market and central bank uncertainty with FundCalibre’s Ryan Lightfoot-Brown.

The fund has recently added a monthly income share class for those wanting to supplement their income on a more regular basis. We take a look at a few funds offering monthly pay-outs.

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