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Jim Leaviss was appointed CIO of M&G Public Fixed Income in February 2020, heading a team that invests across investment grade and high yield credit, government debt and emerging markets debt. He joined M&G in 1997 after five years at the Bank of England, where he worked as a gilt market analyst and dealer. As well as heading up the team, Jim is manager and co-manager of a range of fixed income funds domiciled in London and Luxembourg.
By Jim Leaviss, CIO Public Fixed Income, M&G Investments
Jul 26, 2022
Any hope that US inflation may be peaking were dashed last week as a bleak US inflation report showed price rises accelerating. The headline annual rate came in at 8.6%, up from the 8.3% seen in April, and above most forecasts.Read more