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Jason England

Portfolio Manager
Jason England | Janus Henderson Investors

Jason England is a Global Bonds Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors responsible for co-managing the Absolute Return Income and Absolute Return Income Plus strategies. Prior to joining Janus in 2017, Jason was with PIMCO, most recently as senior vice president and portfolio manager for core sector fund separate account portfolios. While there from 1994 to 2015, he was involved with launching their first hedge fund, exchange-traded fund, and global multi-asset product portfolios as well as management of numerous fixed income and asset allocation portfolios.

Jason received both a bachelor of science degree in business administration and finance and his MBA from the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business. He has 27 years of financial industry experience.

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In accelerating policy normalization, Fed seeks to reaffirm credibility

In accelerating policy normalization, Fed seeks to reaffirm credibility

In raising rates by 50 basis points, the Federal Reserve acknowledges the need to prioritize accelerating inflation.

Caution Merited in an Increasingly Uncertain Market

Caution Merited in an Increasingly Uncertain Market

Bond investors should exercise caution as accelerating inflation has increased the risk of policy error.

Another step towards policy tightening – with a caveat

Another step towards policy tightening – with a caveat

Cautioning against classifying the Fed’s interest rate ‘liftoff’ decision as being unequivocally hawkish.

Fed to the market: one step closer
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Fed to the market: one step closer

With an initial rate hike just around the corner, attention now turns to how the Federal Reserve will manage its balance sheet reduction.

Global bonds: a very narrow path for monetary policy

Global bonds: a very narrow path for monetary policy

Monetary policy – and the risk of policy error – are likely to be some of the greatest influences on bond markets in 2022.

Fed Up? The fallout from overly sweetened monetary policy
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Fed Up? The fallout from overly sweetened monetary policy

Financial markets have started to challenge central banks on their commitment to accommodative policy.

A balancing act for monetary policy – and bond investors

A balancing act for monetary policy – and bond investors

Global bond markets face a period of transition, driven by inflation concerns and shifting monetary policy.

The taper is (almost) here: what it means for bond investors
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The taper is (almost) here: what it means for bond investors

The imminent arrival of tapering by the Federal Reserve amplifies challenges facing bond investors.

Taking cues from a “Methodical” Fed
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Taking cues from a “Methodical” Fed

Investors would be well-served by following the Federal Reserve’s lead in basing decisions on incoming data.

Opportunities and risks in a multi-speed recovery

Opportunities and risks in a multi-speed recovery

Global Bonds Portfolio Managers Dan Siluk and Jason England explain how an asynchronous global recovery should lead to dislocations and opportunities in fixed income markets.

Market and economy giving Fed what it wants
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Market and economy giving Fed what it wants

Even with an update to its interest rate projections that is perhaps overdue, the Fed can still afford to be patient.