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Are trade tensions slowing down China’s economy?

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Market Week in Review is a weekly market update on global investment news in a quick five-minute video format. It gives you easy access to some of our top investment strategists. Our experts will keep you informed of key market events and provide you with an easy-to-understand outlook on the week ahead. Subscribe to receive this

October 8, 2018 Categories: Market Updates

What’s behind the Pope’s statement on derivatives?

Market Week in Review is a weekly market update on global investment news in a quick five-minute video format. It gives you easy access to some of our top investment strategists. Our experts will keep you informed of key market events and provide you with an easy-to-understand outlook on the week ahead. Subscribe to receive this

May 21, 2018 Categories: Market Updates

Has the 10-year U.S. Treasury yield reached its peak for the cycle?

Market Week in Review is a weekly market update on global investment news in a quick five-minute video format. It gives you easy access to some of our top investment strategists. Our experts will keep you informed of key market events and provide you with an easy-to-understand outlook on the week ahead. Subscribe to receive this

Apr 30, 2018 Categories: Market Updates
Global Fixed Income Survey

Fixed Income Survey Results: Spotlight on Local EMD, Rates & Credit Spreads

Last October we initiated a quarterly global fixed income survey using responses from leading bond and currency managers highlighted by our research process. This quarter’s survey included 165 responses from managers with specialisms ranging across Global Rates, Global Investment Grade Credit, Global Leveraged Credit, Securitised, US Municipal Bonds, Active Currency, and Emerging Markets (EM) including

May 12, 2017 Categories: Investment, Investment Strategy, Markets

Quarterly Fixed Income Survey: bound in a narrow range

After an 80 basis point jump in US Treasury yields following the US presidential election, fixed income money managers have adjusted to the new environment. Across rates, spreads and major currencies, our second Global Fixed Income Survey1 shows managers’ forecasts are mostly clustered in a narrow range. The tightest consensus of all is for 2-3

Feb 24, 2017 Categories: Investment, Investment Strategy, Markets

Excitement x 3 – the election, bond sell-off, and Legoland…

After the excitement of the Election, life returns to normal for the voting public, including pension trustees. Normality for trustees should include having a clear plan for using bond market volatility as an opportunity to de-risk. One of the implications of a General Election is that thousands of public buildings across the country have to

What exactly do you do all day?

There’s a running joke in the Rae household about what I actually do at work. My eldest now thinks I play Match Attax (don’t ask), my middle thinks I’m a builder and my youngest wishes I was Sir Topham Hatt (*makes a mental note to go to the gym more). The reality is perhaps less

Mar 26, 2015 Categories: Investment Strategy, Liability Hedging

Riding the waves of the bond markets

Recent movements in the gilt market have reinforced the importance of ensuring that the design and implementation of a hedging strategy remains flexible enough to withstand market realities. Over the last month, we’ve seen the yield on the 30 year gilt move from 2.40% on 8 January all the way down to 2.08% on 30

Feb 18, 2015 Categories: Investment Strategy, Liability Hedging

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