Exclusion and weighting basis
Sector unlikely to be cause of any impending financial crisis
'Let the buyer beware'
Following the unprecedented falls across all financial markets in recent weeks, the safest government bond markets have had to become cash vaults for fund allocators trying to raise the liquidity needed to plug the fast-growing holes left by the equity,...
The global spread of the coronavirus led to a simultaneous shock on both the supply and the demand side of the affected economies.
Hermes' credit team updates investors
Managed by Thomas Christiansen
Being selective key to weather the storm
The bull/bear debate in credit markets in 2020, is whether we face an early 1980s-type bear market or a 2008 valuation scenario.
First time ETFs will be included in this type of programme
Popularity of passives helps Royal London, BlackRock and Vanguard
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme launched
Royal London and Liontrust recognised in group awards
Boosts QE measures
Deadline for responses on 22 April
'Policy and action' needed
A focus on diversity
Flagship event returns for 25th anniversary celebrations
In a world of slow yet steady, non-inflationary economic growth, interest rates are likely to remain at relatively low levels over the medium term.
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
Targets corporate credit securities that meet sustainable investment criteria
2020 could be momentous for the UK index linked gilt market – and not in a good way.