Nyheter • Jul 03, 2013 08:15 CEST
In recent weeks, we have seen significant volatility in bond markets after the Fed outlined a possible plan for the ‘tapering’ of its QE programme. The Fed’s buying of US treasuries and mortgage securities has been a key supportive factor for bond markets, so it’s understandable that investors are seeking to re-calibrate their positions in response to this.
Nyheter • Dec 10, 2012 07:30 CET
The breadth and diversity of the fixed income asset class will continue to attract investors in 2013. Concerns about uncertainty and volatility in financial markets will see many investors retain a preference for lower-volatility assets. For those willing to take on more risk in search of higher real yields, emerging market bonds are attractive as currency appreciation could enhance returns.
Nyheter • Jun 04, 2012 17:02 CEST
Asia Pacific equities fell across the board on Monday after Friday’s worse-than-expected US jobless data kicked out another market support and more investors sought safe havens, such as US Treasuries and other high quality government bonds.
Nyheter • Maj 21, 2012 09:38 CEST
Europe is once again dominating the headlines and causing turbulence in global financial markets. Here, Dominic Rossi, Chief Investment Officer for Equities and Andrew Wells, Chief Investment Officer for Fixed Income, share their views on recent eurozone events, the broader impact of these developments and what we can expect in the weeks ahead.