Wage pressures increasing
Eaton Vance Emerging Markets Local Income (EMLI) strategy.
Opportunities in sterling bonds
In the years prior to 1997, the countries known as the Asian tigers (Indonesia, South Korea, Malaysia and Thailand) experienced extraordinary economic performance along with macroeconomic stability.
Aiming to have significant lower return volatility
To be managed by Jeffrey D. Mueller
This paper explores how to capitalise on the growing high-yield market.
Fund managers from Investment Week's Fixed Income Market Focus discuss their strategies for today's uncertain market environment.
Jeff Mueller, high yield portfolio manager at Eaton Vance, talks to Lawrence Gosling about his outlook for the sector in 2017.
Edward J. Perkin, the Chief Equity Investment Officer for Eaton Vance, explores the 2017 markets forecast; in a period of such uncertainty, believing rumours and hearsay can be dangerous.
Eaton Vance's Chief Income Investment Officer, Payson F. Swaffield, comments on the way that Trump's incoming presidency will affect financial markets. While the election sparked an equity rally, boosted interest rates and inflation expectations, the...
A distinctive proposition
Herd mentality in markets
Bond yields at record lows
The S&P 500 has more than tripled since March 2009. Yet many investors have been under-represented in stocks, fearing another crash may be imminent.
Floating-rate loans deserve consideration as a strategic portfolio allocation because they can offer:
Last September, we estimated the chances of a US recession occurring in 2016 as one in three. This prediction was less bold than it sounds since recessions have occurred, on average, about once every five years in US history.
In the second of a two-part series, Investment Week asks managers for their views on high yield following the sector sell-off in Q3 and how they are gaining exposure.
Investment Week asks managers for their view on 'Black Monday' and how they are protecting their portfolio amid ongoing market volatility
Floating rate loans became popular with investors as expectations of rate rises mounted, but inflows into these products have subsided as rate increases began to seem less imminent.
Interest rates have been at record low levels for over five years, but an interest rate hike in the near future is inevitable and investors need to protect portfolios against it.
Eaton Vance Management International has made its Floating Rate Income fund accessible to European investors for the first time.