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United Kingdom bond mutual Funds and ETFs invest the majority of their... United Kingdom bond mutual Funds and ETFs invest the majority of their assets in government and corporate debt of countries in the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom includes England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. These funds can be actively or passively managed and may seek to track or outperform a particular benchmark. They may hedge foreign currency risk, or elect to leave themselves exposed to fluctuations in the British Pound. Depending on their mandate, United Kingdom bond mutual Funds and ETFs may focus on investment-grade bonds, high-yield (a.k.a. junk bonds), or a mix of credit quality. The government is the largest issuer of debt in the United Kingdom: Public debt was just under 100% of GDP as of 2022, versus non-financial corporate debt of 75% relative to GDP. Investors purchase these funds to get both capital growth and income. The risk of each fund will vary, in part due to the duration of the bonds they own, as well as the credit quality of the issuer. Last Updated: 04/23/2024 View more View less

United Kingdom bond mutual Funds and ETFs invest the majority of their assets in government and corporate debt of countries in the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom includes England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern... United Kingdom bond mutual Funds and ETFs invest the majority of their assets in government and corporate debt of countries in the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom includes England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. These funds can be actively or passively managed and may seek to track or outperform a particular benchmark. They may hedge foreign currency risk, or elect to leave themselves exposed to fluctuations in the British Pound. Depending on their mandate, United Kingdom bond mutual Funds and ETFs may focus on investment-grade bonds, high-yield (a.k.a. junk bonds), or a mix of credit quality. The government is the largest issuer of debt in the United Kingdom: Public debt was just under 100% of GDP as of 2022, versus non-financial corporate debt of 75% relative to GDP. Investors purchase these funds to get both capital growth and income. The risk of each fund will vary, in part due to the duration of the bonds they own, as well as the credit quality of the issuer. Last Updated: 04/23/2024 View more View less

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