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Amid widely-held short positions in Italian debt
Most developed market yield curves have suffered bear steepening over the past month, despite quantitative easing.
Yields on benchmark 10-year UK government bonds jump following announcement
Emerging market debt has gained more than 15% in 2016, outperforming all other major asset classes and markets, and confounding the roundly pessimistic expectations at the start of the year.
While IMF global growth forecasts may have finally steadied after five consecutive semi-annual cuts, it is not to say that the global economy has stabilised and is set to normalise once again.
Designed to be held until 2022
Sell-off in bond market following US Election result
Third fund for the duo
Fiscal expansion will come too late
Warns investors must 'drive with caution'
Growing team and AUM
Weekly losses exceed $1trn for second time in 20 years
RLAM head of credit Eric Holt has stressed the need for bond investors to focus on the visibility and deliverability of cashflows during challenging times.
Ian Kenny, head of fixed income at Smith & Williamson, reflects on how globalisation and growing debt levels have impacted the bond markets over the past ten months.
BMO GAM reveals data for Q2 and Q3
Growth 'stunted' by debt and demographics
Better understanding of passives required
Royal London Asset Management's (RLAM) head of fixed interest Jonathan Platt has highlighted the importance of spreading portfolio risk during challenging times for bond investors.
Bull bond market potentially coming to an end
Renewed expectations of a US interest rate rise and the uncertain outcome of the imminent US election have recently contributed to more moderate returns from emerging market bonds after their solid year-to-date performance.
Ascentric sales down 16%
The implications of Trump/Clinton wins