Trade war remains a risk
Returns of 140% after buying up debt in 2008
Suitable for $ investors
Rising inflation a risk
Closed at 2.966% on Monday
Both based in London
Markets have benefitted from a co-ordinated global recovery, led by central banks operating in a synchronised manner.
Managers not meeting investors' expectations
Could result in significant amount of disruption for markets
Rise in anti-globalisation sentiment
Half of new issuance this year will come from Asia
Aimed at investors 'willing to accept' greater risk
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.
Unwinding of deflation risks more worrying
Difficulty in finding attractively priced bonds
Expected in next few weeks
Russel Matthews of BlueBay Asset Management
10-year Treasury yields widened to 2.73%
Focus on China and Latin America
ESG factors taken into consideration
Financial markets are heavily distorted by the unprecedented market presence of central banks. Markets have become extremely sensitive to changes in central bank actions.
S&P 500 and Dow Jones both down
Stockmarket is more concentrated
Analysis of bond market movements