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What is the link between inflation and interest rates?
Inflation is the rate at which prices for goods and services rise, and is measured as an annual percentage increase.
What is a yield?

A yield is the income you get from an investment. It can come from either the interest received from a fixed income security such as a bond, or the...

Fixed income investing jargon made easy
The following collection of short articles explain some of the most common terms used in fixed income investing.
What is an absolute return strategy?
An absolute return strategy aims to deliver positive real returns on an investment, irrespective of whether markets are rising, falling or flat.
What is a bond?
A bond is essentially a loan made by an investor to a company or government. In return, that company or government pays interests, normally at a...
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