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Swap rate improvements boost fixed rate bonds – Bristol & West

Recent improvements in forward swap rates have led to increases for many fixed rate savings bonds according to Bristol & West&#39s latest figures.

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Rental incomes increase – Paragon Mortgages

Buy to let rental incomes rose 3.30 per cent (£9,354) in August compared to £9,055 in July according to Paragon Mortgages monthly buy to let index. The index also reveals that after two months of modest falls yields have now stabilised at 7.57 per cent as a result of this rise in rental income, despite […]

Edinburgh Partners rules out retail funds

Edinburgh Partners has dashed IFA hopes that it intends to launch retail funds after confirming that its initial three portfolios will only be available to institutions.The company, set up by former Scottish Widows Investment Partnership chief investment officer Sandy Nairn and head of UK equities Graham Campbell, will offer only investment trusts to retail investors. […]

DWS focuses on homegrown funds

DWS Investments has designed an Oeic fund of funds that invests only in DWS funds. The DWS managed distribution fund will initially invest 50 per cent in equities and 50 per cent in bonds. However, it has the flexibility to invest between 40 per cent and 60 per cent in each asset class as market […]

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