Sovereign bond funds have historically provided a safe-haven for investors seeking to escape volatility and obtain steady stream of income.
You should be aware that currency risks can add substantial volatility to their investments, and thus should consider relative riskiness of the funds on currency-adjusted basis.
High quality corporate bonds are typically less affected by turbulences of the global equity markets, although their prices tightly follow macro economic factors, such as monetary policy of central banks and inflation expectations.
Investment grade mixed bond funds allocate investments to government as well as corporate bonds in order to maximize yield returns.
Investment funds focused on emerging markets debt are typically more suited for the investors willing to accept increased levels of risk in return for higher potential returns.
Investment funds with specialized strategies focusing on pursuit of above average yield, typically exposed to more volatility than their benchmarks.
The special nature of these of global and opportunistic funds allow them to invest into wider variety of fixed income instruments, based upon managers’ view on future market directions.
Safest category of fixed income funds that typically allocate money into short term money market instruments.
marked funds are not in new sales offer, possible is only to decrease their proportion
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