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M&G Global Macro Bond: the bonds we’ve been buying

Jim Leaviss on the fund’s objectives, where they have been aggressively buying, performance, and more.

27th November 2020 16:10

Richard Hunter from interactive investor

Jim Leaviss, fund manager of the M&G Global Macro Bond, which is one of interactive investor’s Super 60 funds, discusses the objectives of “M&G’s most flexible bond fund”, where they have been aggressively buying, performance, and favoured corporate bonds.

Time-stamped highlights

05:07 “We’re looking for opportunities in countries where we are confident they are going to pay us back,” explains Leaviss

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11:39 “It’s a defensive fund that does well at times when the global economy has some rough patches”

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