The opportunities in the Polish bond market

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Simon Fasdal of Saxo Bank
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Simon Fasdal of Saxo Bank

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 trade partners.

Fixed income is now at something of a standstill as investors wait to see if things will worsen further before leaving their riskier assets. Investor comfort comes from a financial sphere determined...

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