Inflation, interest rates and three investment ideas, November 2021

This week we caught up with Gary Kirk manager of TwentyFour Dynamic Bond fund to discuss all things fixed interest. Gary gives us his views on inflation and interest rates and how they relate to bonds. He also tells us more about the fund flexible approach and how he’s able to make money in these market conditions, including where the opportunities lay today.
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Published on 17/11/2021 11:25am