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Sajiv Vaid

Sajiv Vaid - Co-Portfolio Manager, Fidelity MoneyBuilder Income Fund

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BOE shies away from insurance cut and prays for sustainable growth

The BoE held rates at its first meeting of the new year and its last before the UK leaves the EU

Sajiv Vaid | 30 January 2020

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Sterling investment grade set to outperform US/Euro bonds

With reduced political uncertainty, fundamental credit considerations will once again frame returns for the sector.

Sajiv Vaid + 1 other | 9 January 2020

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Low bond yields are here to stay, even if fiscal stimulus returns

Even if fiscal stimulus makes a return, we think low bond yields will stay because of central bank action and late-cycle effects

Sajiv Vaid | 30 October 2019

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BOE holds steady but case for rate cut is compelling

The Bank of England (BoE) left rates unchanged but the case for an 'insurance cut' is compelling in the face of weak growth and Brexit uncertainty.

Sajiv Vaid | 19 September 2019

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BoE: Holds rates steady amid Brexit uncertainty

We expect the Bank of England to cut rates by 25 bps by year-end

Sajiv Vaid | 1 August 2019

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A BoE rate hike is an unnecessary risk

This August, we expect the Bank of England (BoE) to stand and deliver only their second interest rate rise in the past ten years.

Sajiv Vaid | 27 July 2018

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Easy days could soon be over: central bank policy normalisation

Easy monetary policy could soon be over, with huge consequences for debt, asset prices, inflation and much else.

David Buckle + 2 others | 11 December 2017

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