Proceeds being returned to investors
Follows Morningstar rating suspension last week
Global macroeconomic indicators have undoubtedly become softer, as the US nears full employment and Europe's manufacturing sector continues to suffer from the effects of weaker trade with China.
Reduced UK outflows
Most investors shunning energy companies due to oil price volatility
Co-manager of several high yield bond funds
US/China and Brexit behind selected calls
Consumer goods and tech companies get support
Run by Michael Weidner and Daniel Herdt
Industry Voice sponsored by T. Rowe Price: Disruption in its various forms—technological, political, economic, and monetary—is likely to drive global financial markets in the coming year.
When we look back at 2018, the market made several mistakes.
De-risks in favour of US Treasuries
Barclays Smart Investor takes a look at markets
European investors are welcoming the new season after an intense summer that saw the bond market on the verge of collapse with the news of a developing crisis in emerging markets (EM), and an intensifying trade war between the US and some of its largest...
Boost in products being issued
The US economy continues to be in very good shape. This was the message delivered by the Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell at the end of August: he sees a robust US economy and positive momentum, expecting the strong performance to continue.
'This is not going to end well': Buyers warn bonds will not be safe haven of the past in next market correction
Concern over impact QE ending and low yields
Will develop a new unconstrained strategy
Calvin Ho promoted to director of research for TGM
Best sectors for investors
Eyes new fund and strategy launches
Fed cutting down on bond purchases