Follows indefinite delay from Q1 2020
Both strategies domiciled in Luxembourg
Managers give their sector predictions for next year
Sustainable funds remain in vogue
Expected by Q2 2021
Consultation on future of sector launched
Exclusion and weighting basis
The bull/bear debate in credit markets in 2020, is whether we face an early 1980s-type bear market or a 2008 valuation scenario.
A whistle-stop review of the main industry events
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.
Expands sustainable range
2019 has been a stellar year for global bond markets, as weak global economic growth and low inflation have combined with ever more accommodative central banks to push global bond yields significantly lower.
Hamish Baillie points to Brexit and election
Shamil Pankhania joins from BlackRock
Global manufacturing continues to contract as trade falters. The Trump administration’s attempts to overhaul trade agreements are cooling sentiment and raising global uncertainty.
Most fixed income has performed well in 2019 aided by the change in outlook from many central banks around the world and the gross redemption yield (GRY) on many bonds have fallen to very low or negative levels.
Pound hovering over $1.23 region amid Brexit fears
Manager foresees problems with corporate bond funds
Downturn risk highest in eight years
Q2 2019 saw strong performances recorded on the main indices tracking emerging market debt (EMD), with nearly all of the risk factors across the EMD sovereign local currency, sovereign hard currency and corporate hard currency segments contributing positively...
OCF of 0.10%
Most investors shunning energy companies due to oil price volatility
Run by Michael Weidner and Daniel Herdt
Race against time before UK-EU deadline