Bond yields predicted to sink below zero, experts argue
Which product is worthy of the yellow jersey?
Q2 2019 saw strong performances recorded on the main indices tracking emerging market debt (EMD), with nearly all of the risk factors across the EMD sovereign local currency, sovereign hard currency and corporate hard currency segments contributing positively...
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Including establishment of LTAF
Across asset classes and growth
Bond bears thought their time had come in 2018.
Adopting behavioural finance approach
Duo join London team
Reducing volatility and maximising returns
Roman Gaiser and Gareth Simmons named managers
Research from the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Proceeds being returned to investors
Uncertainty set to remain
In times of uncertainty and geopolitical tensions, corporate bonds with an investment grade rating are commonly considered as the new safe havens.
Good governance of multi-asset portfolios is increasingly important. However, the complexity of the process is increasing. Ciaran Mulligan, Head of Investment Manager Oversight at M&GPrudential Treasury and Investment Office, shares his views on how quantitative...
The bottom has fallen out of gilt yields and high-yield credit spreads have been bouncing all over the place. The iTraxx high yield spread index hit a two-year high of 249 basis points (bps) to 310bps during the month, before rallying in early June to...
Poor month for equity fund sales overall
Re-escalation of trade war tensions could feed end-of-cycle concerns
Which funds stole the show?
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.
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Iceland "compelling opportunity from rates and FX perspective"