Government bonds (52)

What a Labour win could mean for gilts
Markets and economics

What a Labour win could mean for gilts

Investors are weighing the implications for government borrowing following the UK election expect...

By Alex MackGuy Whitby-SmithAsset Allocation

22 May 2024

3 min read

Positioned for the future? Emerging market bond weightings in global portfolios
Erik Lueth
Investment strategy

Positioned for the future? Emerging market bond weightings in global portfolios

With emerging market bond weightings set to grow in portfolios, we look at the implications for...
By Erik Lueth
08 Apr 2024
3 min read
BoE gets closer to cutting rates
James Carrick
Markets and economics

BoE gets closer to cutting rates

A surprisingly dovish vote suggests the Bank of England will begin its interest-rate descent soon...
By James Carrick
25 Mar 2024
3 min read
Will the rates rally continue?
Christopher Jeffery
Fixed income

Will the rates rally continue?

Global government bonds delivered modestly positive returns in 2023 after two consecutive down...
By Christopher Jeffery
26 Feb 2024
2 min read
Podcast: Rallies, Red Sea disruption and Taiwanese elections – Market Talk
Markets and economics

Podcast: Rallies, Red Sea disruption and Taiwanese elections – Market Talk

In this first episode of Market Talk for 2024, Ben Bennett examines the extent to which bonds and...

By LGIM

04 Jan 2024

1 min read

Pain delayed, not averted
Tim Drayson
Markets and economics

Pain delayed, not averted

Unsustainable US fiscal support and a favourable reversal of supply shocks have led to increased...
By Tim Drayson
11 Dec 2023
3 min read
Integrating ESG criteria in government debt
ESG and long-term themes

Integrating ESG criteria in government debt

LGIM brings in additional insights to ESG analysis for government debt markets.
By Amelia TanLee CollinsRyan Clatworthy
28 Nov 2023
3 min read
UK government finances are sensitive to rate rises. Why?
Josefine Urban
Markets and economics

UK government finances are sensitive to rate rises. Why?

The UK used to be known for the long average maturity of its government debt, enabling it to ride...
By Josefine Urban
24 Jul 2023
3 min read