Cautious but confident
06 mins 40 secs
With the macroeconomic backdrop arguably weaker than it was at the start of last year, Fixed Interest Fund Manager Rhys Davies discusses why he is cautious – but confident – in his approach.
Rhys gives his views on:
- Whether high yield now offers value
- Where he is currently finding opportunities – and those areas of the market he is avoiding
- His expectations and outlook for the coming months
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