Downturn risk highest in eight years
Warning signs in US data
Which funds stole the show?
Risk assets outperformed 'safe haven' investments
Today we are seeing change in the political environment, investor priorities and market landscape at a faster pace than ever before.
In praise of investment grade
Bigger steps towards tackling climate change, experts argue
As we approach late cycle, global markets are characterised by low growth and falling inflation.
Following years of strong returns
Guide to equity universe
However contagion risk is limited
Investors seeing value in corporate and government bonds
Launches The Nordea 1 - European Corporate Stars Bond fund
As 2019 gets underway, the macro environment is worsening.
Issuance rose to £22.1bn in 2017/8
Listed on the LSE
Gilt yields set to rise
Expect government bond yields to rise
IA Global sector bestselling
September's disastrous Salzburg summit brought the risk of a 'no-deal' Brexit into sharper relief.
US interest rate rises, international trade tensions and local currency volatility have remained key concerns in emerging markets (EM).
"Bonds are boring," so the adage goes. This statement has never been less true when we look at markets today.
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.
Not a 'risk-free' asset