The RBA has cut the overnight cash rate (OCR) to the lowest level in history. With more rate cuts on the way and bond prices likely to rally further, we believe it is time for investors to start adjusting their expectation to a lower yielding environment.
Investing directly or through managed bond funds has advantages and disadvantages; just like investing in shares, the decision depends upon the individual
Our series "Meet the team" continues with Tom Guest, Director – Fixed Income Sales
Find out how FIIG's three model portfolios have been performing.
New issues list
View this weeks latest new issues
The top bonds available this week from FIIG. W/C 10 June 2019
Covenants are a key line of defence for bondholders, especially when investing in unrated or sub investment grade bonds. They act to align the interests of both the issuer and the bondholders and serve as a layer of protection well ahead of any potential payment default. Here we look at the different covenants and how they work
The differences between a standard will and a testamentary trust will
Simple explanations of how to invest in bonds in Australia with particular emphasis on the over-the-counter and ASX listed markets
The RBA has explicitly stated that it is open to cutting cash rates as early as June 2019, so what does this mean for fixed income investors?