Government bonds in certain Asian countries are an option for investors seeking yield, according to Amanda Stitt, Legg Mason Global Asset Management’s investment director.
Generating income when yields are at historic lows is no longer as simple as investors believe it once was, he said. A typical approach in Asia has been to focus on a split between Asian high-yield bonds and Asian dividend stocks, Pang said. However, the yield on offer is not commensurate with the volatility in […]
An income strategy is not limited to a bunch of conventional bonds, delegates heard at FSA’s Income Forum in Hong Kong last week. In fact, there are plenty paths that lead to consistent income. Here are three.
Most multi-asset funds need to offer an income yield around the 5% level to be competitive, says rating agency, Fundhouse, but this is increasingly tough to deliver.
Despite the eruption of volatility in December, last year’s pan-Asia bond yields were 6.7%, according to S&P’s data.