Over the past quarter, the consensus view of many has been to challenge the role and attractiveness of fixed income as an asset class.
Set to benefit should UK government debt fall
‘Logical extension’ of firm’s long-only equity range
Markets have benefitted from a co-ordinated global recovery, led by central banks operating in a synchronised manner.
Managers not meeting investors' expectations
Effective from 1 May
Could result in significant amount of disruption for markets
Concerns about rising rates
Managed by Ross and Staszewski
Pockets of value
Rise in anti-globalisation sentiment
Half of new issuance this year will come from Asia
Aimed at investors 'willing to accept' greater risk
First meeting for Powell
Subject to regulatory approval
Eighth EMD product
Replaced by Shaw Yann Ho
Martin Cholwill, Senior UK Equities Fund Manager, Royal London asset Management
Fixed income investors should be paying close attention to 'Fallen Angels' - these are bonds that are downgraded from BBB- and, as a result, come tumbling out of the investment grade credit market.
The global financial crisis, and the related policy response, is drawing to a close. We are currently enjoying a short period of synchronised global growth and improving trade.
Outflows of €430m