Would reduce investor payments by £1bn a year
The state of the current market
Started in October 2017
Retailers surprised analysts with Christmas trading
US rates heading below 0%
Caused by falling oil price
Worst outlook since July 2008
Views from Sanlam
Navigating fixed income markets in the New Year
Affecting petrol prices
QE expected to finish at year end
Traditionally a signal of recession
Outperformers of last five years likely to struggle
De-risks in favour of US Treasuries
Draft text agreed between UK and EU
Growth projected to fall throughout the bloc
Fitch Solutions survey of 300 asset managers
Fixed income investors could face a challenging end to the year, as the combination of shrinking central bank balance sheets and still solid growth data could be a headwind for bonds.
The momentum behind infrastructure equities has slowed over the last 18 months, with concerns over interest rate rises and political factors seemingly undermining the investment case for the asset class.
After an unusually calm 2017, we have seen volatility return to equities across the globe, with many markets seeing growth moderate.
'This time may be different': Investors urged not to ignore warning signs from 'gut-churning' market sell-off
Concerns raised over Fed tightening and US market slump
Industry Voice: There was bad news for the consumer as inflation moved higher in August, now rising at a faster pace than some measures of pay growth.