You are not logged in  |  Log In  |  Sign Up
 

Artemis High Income Fund

The impact of rising interest rates


With market expectations of rising interest rates causing bond yields to move upwards, Adrian Gosden explains the impact on the Artemis High Income Fund, and discusses new opportunities under consideration for the fund.


Date: Tuesday 24th of September 2013

|

Duration: 06:09



 

Sponsor:


Artemis is a leading UK investment manager, offering a range of funds investing in the UK, Europe and globally.

Visit Site


Videos sponsored by Artemis:

You must be logged in to post comments.


Picks, Shovels and Roughnecks

7th of Aug 2013

Servicing the fracking boom

The monthly programme dedicated to all things commodity related turns its attention to the roughnecks and frackers who are revolutionising the energy services sector. Is the smart way to play high energy prices for investors to focus on the equipment and technology providers? Our guests include Chris Boxall of Fundamental Asset Management and manager of their SF Energy fund as well as Jim Sterling, a US based independent energy analyst and publisher of the Sterling Account.

Straight Talk with Alan Miller

20th of May 2013

Why costs really matter

The fund management industry under the microscope with Alan Miller from SCM Private

Straight Talk - Mid year review

22nd of Jul 2013

Markets pause for the summer

Lawrence Gosling and David Stevenson review the year so far in their state of the markets update. Helping them work out what might happen next is Josh McCallum, fixed income economist at UBS Global Asset Management.

What is Investment Compass?

10th of May 2013

A new channel for Investors

What's Investment Compass TV and how can it help you? This short promo film explains what we do, why we do it and why we'd like to think we make essential viewing for any investor or financial adviser.

Taking Stock - Finding Income

19th of Sep 2012

Investing in Investment Trusts

Taking Stock, Q3 2012. Finding Income with David Stevenson, Jeremy Tigue of Foreign & Colonial, Willam Meadon, JPMorgan Asset Management, Duncan Owen of Schroders and Rod Davidson.