Too much exposure

Marr, Julian
January 2009
Money Marketing;1/29/2009, p41
The author reflects on the risks to which fund managers expose to fund buyers in Great Britain. He comments that in the current economic environment, it brings people to corporate bonds as surely as a banking bailout, following by a second banking bailout. He states that considering an investment in corporate bonds owes it to themselves and their clients.


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