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Making sense of current equity and bond pricing

Making sense of current equity and bond pricing

Jihan Diolosa, Associate Director in the UK Institutional team poses questions to our lead multi-asset portfolio managers based on some of the key issues keeping investors awake at night.   Current equity and bond pricing   Despite equity prices being high, it’s not obvious whether the bull market will continue or if some sort of

The economic outlook according to stocks and bonds: will it be rosy or will it be bleak?

With buoyant equity markets on the one hand and cautious bond markets on the other, Russell Investments’ strategist Van Luu analyses which asset class is right, if any. Asset class divergence We have reached a point where equity and bond markets are diverging significantly. Global equity markets trade close to all-time highs while bond markets

Emerging Markets Equities – Emerging Investment Performance

Emerging Markets (EM) are a hot topic for investors. In the first of three blogs, Senior Investment Strategist Graham Harman reviews the case for long term value in EM equities. His next blogs will examine where the risks are for this asset class and discuss whether now is the right time to buy. Emerging markets

Sep 14, 2016 Categories: Investment, Investment Strategy, Markets

Seeking return from fixed income: credit where credit’s due

Investors are struggling. High valuations and low interest rates make both equities and government bonds prospectively riskier and less rewarding. The search is on for alternative approaches and more flexible outcome-oriented strategies. Credit can play an important role in this search, but investors need to understand the characteristics of credit risk and where it fits

Sep 6, 2016 Categories: Investment, Markets

Q2 Market Outlook: The Global economy thaws after a cold winter while valuations in financial markets rise

2014 has started slowly and equity markets are still looking for confirmation that the price increases in 2013 were based on an improvement in economic growth The disappointing developments so far are due to the cold winter in the U.S., a turn in the credit cycle in China and Japan ‘s VAT increase. There are

May 22, 2014 Categories: Uncategorized

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