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Discovering high yield in the bond market

FIIG Securities

For exclusive insights on how to access the high yield bond market, come and hear directly from 20 industry leaders at FIIG’s High Yield Conference on Thursday 17th May at The Hilton, Sydney. Presenters including Bernard Salt, Stephen Koukoulas, and John O’Mahony will conduct a variety of sessions that will... Show More

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18 Easter treats for income investors

Leigh Winton

Over the years, we’ve presented a range of sample portfolios to new and existing clients on the types of fixed income investments available. Our Australian dollar investment grade portfolio was developed by our Portfolio Strategy and Research teams to show an example portfolio and the associated yields on offer. Show More

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7 considerations to help you invest in corporate bonds?

Elizabeth Moran

Investing direct or through exchange traded funds (ETFs), or managed funds has advantages and disadvantages; just like investing in shares, the decision depends upon the individual. While my preference is direct investment, the minimum needed is $250,000, making it difficult for smaller investors to access. Show More

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New era for central banks

Elizabeth Moran

FIIG Securities guest economist, Saul Eslake looks at the current global shift by central banks in ‘advanced’ economies to increase inflation, rather than keep it down as seen in the past decade. He also details why tax cuts and Trump tariffs are likely to put the US under inflationary pressure... Show More

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