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A lesson in inflation-linked securities

Barclays Capital talks to institutional investors in Australia about investing in a basket of global inflation-linked bonds.
Australian pension fund managers will be given a lesson on how to diversify their portfolios and decrease volatility by investing in inflation-linked products at a conference in Sydney today.

ôThis is a market with a lot of potential that has largely been overlooked in Australia,ö says Ralph Segreti, global inflation-linked product manager at Barclays Capital, who is on a tour around Asia talking to investors. He has already taken in Singapore and Seoul.

Australia is an unusual market because of the small number of sovereign bonds in circulation. That means the Australian government isnÆt likely to issue an inflation-linked bond like those that are routinely issued in other markets like the US, the UK...
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