Low bond yields and vaccine roll-out could 'spell trouble'
Most global funds lagging over 5 years
Sustainability and global equity vehicles dominate
Keeping your eyes on the horizon
Opportunities in fixed income 'beyond benchmark tracking'
Dividend growth far outweighed profit growth in 2019
Includes quasi-sovereigns and special situations
Delegated to Dolan McEniry
The first quarter was a rollercoaster for global credit markets with a severe, homogeneous sell-off, followed by a sharp, if more modest, central bank-induced recovery.
Record outflows in March
Sector unlikely to be cause of any impending financial crisis
The global spread of the coronavirus led to a simultaneous shock on both the supply and the demand side of the affected economies.
The bull/bear debate in credit markets in 2020, is whether we face an early 1980s-type bear market or a 2008 valuation scenario.
It is shaping up to be an eventful year for investors with January alone presenting two unforeseen events – an escalation in US-Iran tensions and fears about the impact of the coronavirus outbreak.
Looking back at the past to predict the market of tomorrow
After a volatile Q4 2018 when credit spreads widened but government bonds rallied due to safe-haven flows, fixed income markets across different categories have delivered strong returns so far this year.
New and promising strategies
Which products should investors go for?
Improving portfolio credit quality behind fund's plans
Targeting long-term total return