From this page, we can see various bonds split into various major categories and sorted by yield offered. Yield can be a particularly important factor for investors looking at income generation, but with higher yield can come higher risk of default. Yields are also inversely related to bond prices. If bond prices increase, yields will fall and vice versa. Interest rates will also influence yields and therefore prices. Duration, or the bond's sensitivity to interest rate changes, is also shown. Generally, the higher the duration, the more sensitive the instrument is to interest rate movements. When investing in fixed income, all of these are important factors to consider to make sure investment goals are met. For most regions, rate cuts appear to be over for now and policies appear to be holding steady, but when stronger signals of policy normalization and rising interest rates start to appear, investors will want to make sure they know how their investments are affected.