If investors now view Bunds as more fairly priced, what could prompt a return of the euro parity trade in currency markets?
With the ‘big five’ European football leagues cumulating a revenue of almost EUR 10 billion, investors are putting more importance on socially responsible matters.
With longevity rising in OECD countries, funding for one’s retirement period is proving to be increasingly difficult by requiring more individual saivngs.
Recent events have seen a sharp reversal of market trends, with the PBOC cutting benchmark interest rates and the ECB’s tightening of financial conditions.
We believe the relative attractive valuation for Asian equities provides downside support and positions Asia in a “sweet spot”. External factors also play a role.
Portfolio rebalancing is occurring slowly. This shows that the effects of QE are happening gradually, and not that QE is having a less desired impact.
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Weaker-than-expected US data in Q1 and broadly lower sovereign yields has fixated fixed income investors on how the FOMC will react to the recent data.
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Since the end of the Bretton Woods exchange rate regime in 1973, the US dollar has undergone protracted periods of […]
Will the recent decline in inflation impact the path of US monetary policy rates in the near term? Inflation has […]
The National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) held its annual investment conference on 11-12 March 2015 in Edinburgh. The NAPF […]
What’s hot: a report from our men at the Joint Spring Seminar with Inquire UK at the Coombe Abbey Hotel […]