PARTNER INSIGHT: Mike Amey, managing director and portfolio manager for the PIMCO Select UK Income Bond and PIMCO GIS Global Libor Plus Bond funds, on how he is approaching the bond universe in today's atypical market cycle.
Concerns about rising rates
Managed by Ross and Staszewski
Rise in anti-globalisation sentiment
Net retail outflows of £532m in January
Second CIO departure this year
Part of strategic plan
Inflation pressures realised
Japanese equities fall
At T. Rowe Price, we expect 2018 to mark the beginning of a new era in bond investing as central banks start to withdraw their quantitative easing, with some also set to hike interest rates. Bond investors will need to cast a wider net, with an emphasis...
Signals launch of new products
Launched with internal seed money
ESG factors taken into consideration
Most forecasts for the year ahead are not taken seriously, perhaps with good reason, writes Raphael Pitoun (pictured), CIO of Seilern Investment Management.
Financial markets are heavily distorted by the unprecedented market presence of central banks. Markets have become extremely sensitive to changes in central bank actions.
Stockmarket is more concentrated
TER of 0.10%
Rising real interest rates a big risk
Investors increase overweight to equities
Four types of asset categories
Latest stats for November
Treasuries still offer value