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Capital Group, maintaining our investment process and operational efficiency in a new environment

Capital Group, maintaining our investment process and operational efficiency in a new environment

🕔16:16, 27.Mar 2020

Our private ownership model and strong balance sheet afford us the ability to maintain a long-term focus • Being a truly integrated global firm has enabled a smooth transition to working remotely • Robust business continuity procedures are enabling our

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Energy sector update

Energy sector update

🕔16:10, 27.Mar 2020

Key takeaways The energy sector has been hit harder by the COVID-19 outbreak than most areas, as a combination of supply and demand challenges has weighed on crude oil prices. US shale exploration and production (E&P) companies are more vulnerable

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Emerging market local currency debt in volatile markets

Emerging market local currency debt in volatile markets

🕔15:47, 27.Mar 2020

Key takeaways The combination of the coronavirus outbreak and oil price volatility will likely stunt global economic growth in the near term. Markets often overreact during a crisis and present attractive opportunities for research-based investors to add to positions at

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Update on equities at Capital Group

Update on equities at Capital Group

🕔15:32, 25.Mar 2020

Key points: Recent action by the US Federal Reserve is intended to avoid a seizure of financial markets. Our economic team believes there is a 70% chance of a US recession. They also note that the average market decline when

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Coronavirus: Potential impact on the European economy

Coronavirus: Potential impact on the European economy

🕔15:43, 11.Mar 2020

Key points: Global stocks have fallen sharply following confirmation that the coronavirus has spread beyond Asia. The outbreak poses a significant near-term threat to the eurozone’s fragile recovery. The impact leaves Germany the most exposed through its trade links with

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Modestly constructive amid accommodative policies and signs of stabilisation

Modestly constructive amid accommodative policies and signs of stabilisation

🕔16:02, 28.Feb 2020

Quarterly macro and market insights Our macro outlook for 2020 is modestly constructive. Recent clarity around certain geopolitical risks has been helpful. Specifically, progress in the initial phase of a US-China trade deal and a decisive result in the December

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Why go global when investing in corporate bonds

Why go global when investing in corporate bonds

🕔17:05, 10.Feb 2020

Divergence of yield and risk An inherent bias for many investors is to remain focused on one’s own regional market when considering investment options. However, compared with purely regional approaches a global investment universe can offer several advantages, not least

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The role of inflation-linked bonds in a disinflationary EM environment

The role of inflation-linked bonds in a disinflationary EM environment

🕔11:04, 19.Dec 2019

The protection against inflation is a key goal for many investors, especially for those whose liabilities fluctuate with the inflation rate. This has traditionally been particularly important within emerging market (EM) countries as inflation tends to be higher than developed

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The risks and rewards of investing in emerging market SOEs

The risks and rewards of investing in emerging market SOEs

🕔18:20, 14.Oct 2019

Over the past few decades, emerging markets (EM) have evolved into a key component of the global equities landscape, attracting capital from investors eager to capitalise on the region’s compelling growth potential. But underwhelming investment returns and corporate governance issues

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Hard and local currency bonds provide different routes to returns

Hard and local currency bonds provide different routes to returns

🕔18:16, 14.Oct 2019

Emerging market bonds are now a strategic holding for many investors. But the desired result from an allocation to emerging market debt cannot be achieved without first considering the attributes of hard and local currency-denominated bonds — the two broad

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Productivity: the key to solving Japan’s ‘age-old’ issue

Productivity: the key to solving Japan’s ‘age-old’ issue

🕔09:53, 2.Oct 2019

Following years of under-investment, Japanese corporates are finally recognising the benefits of directing their hard-earned cash towards human and physical capital. Prompted by improving corporate governance, the expected boost to productivity is set to be a game changer for an

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The Fed cuts rates again amid low inflation. What’s keeping it down?

The Fed cuts rates again amid low inflation. What’s keeping it down?

🕔11:37, 26.Sep 2019

The Federal Reserve cut interest rates by 25 basis points at its September meeting — the second cut this year. This easy monetary policy is thanks in part to low inflation. But why has inflation remained so low, especially in

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Finding value in emerging market debt

Finding value in emerging market debt

🕔18:36, 23.Sep 2019

In this paper, portfolio manager Robert Neithart shares his thoughts on global themes that are affecting emerging market debt. Can you talk through your broad outlook for emerging markets, given the current uncertainty around growth in both developed and emerging

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Argentina update: Q&A with EM debt investment analyst

Argentina update: Q&A with EM debt investment analyst

🕔13:44, 11.Sep 2019

Argentina’s currency and financial markets have experienced a sharp selloff in recent weeks. Emerging markets (EM) debt investment analyst and portfolio manager, Steve Backes, gives his take on why market sentiment has soured, whether capital controls will bring stability and

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Will a trade war push the U.S. economy into recession?

Will a trade war push the U.S. economy into recession?

🕔17:50, 19.Aug 2019

The past few weeks have seen a fundamentally changed investment environment in the U.S.. Since July 31, the Federal Reserve has cut interest rates for the first time in a decade, the 8/19/2019 Will a trade war push the U.S.

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Q&A with Nick Grace

Q&A with Nick Grace

🕔19:30, 31.Jul 2019

Investment Insights  20 years of investing in developing economies Principal investment officer for the Capital Group New World strategy, Nick Grace, reflects on the changing landscape of emerging markets and how the strategy is positioned to capture these opportunities. The

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20 years of investing in developing economies

20 years of investing in developing economies

🕔07:52, 25.Jul 2019

Principal investment officer for the Capital Group New World strategy, Nick Grace, reflects on the changing landscape of emerging markets and how the strategy is positioned to capture these opportunities. The New World strategy was launched in 1999 – how

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China’s bond market opens up to foreign investors

China’s bond market opens up to foreign investors

🕔13:25, 18.Jul 2019

China’s large bond market is poised for rapid growth as the country opens its doors more widely to foreign investors. With the ongoing search for yield, the opening of a deep and liquid bond market offering positive real yields looks

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Long-term perspective on markets and economies

Long-term perspective on markets and economies

🕔11:00, 28.Jun 2019

2019 Midyear Outlook: Key takeaways Stocks may have room to run, but be ready for a bumpy ride. Investors should expect more late-cycle volatility. It’s not too early to prepare portfolios for rougher seas ahead.  Yield curve inversion – what

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Our approach to integrating Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues in investing

Our approach to integrating Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues in investing

🕔11:00, 3.Apr 2019

Since our inception in 1931, the goal of achieving superior long-term results for our clients has shaped our distinctive investment process. An intrinsic focus on sustainability since 1931. Environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors are intrinsic to this process. A

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Emerging market local currency bonds: investing in frontier markets

Emerging market local currency bonds: investing in frontier markets

🕔11:02, 27.Mar 2019

Investment Insights For many investors, frontier markets remain relatively unexplored. They offer an additional opportunity set to informed investors, but investing in these smaller, less efficient markets also involves a number of unique challenges and risks. In this paper, we

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Portfolio manager change doesn’t always mean disruption

Portfolio manager change doesn’t always mean disruption

🕔15:02, 26.Feb 2019

Change is inevitable in the asset management industry. The fact that fund managers will move companies or retire is well established. The key is how manager transitions are dealt with, which will have an important bearing on the effect on

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Investing through adversity

Investing through adversity

🕔10:29, 8.Feb 2019

The long view Overdue and not entirely unwelcome: That’s one way to look at the correction in equity markets during 2018. Although swift declines can be unsettling, they have long been part of the investment environment. “The correction was overdue,”

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China A shares: Doors open to vast stock picker’s market

China A shares: Doors open to vast stock picker’s market

🕔13:07, 5.Feb 2019

Investment Insights China’s stock market is being rapidly integrated into global financial markets and presents investors with both significant opportunities and challenges. The domestic Chinese A-share universe continues to expand and includes more technology and consumer-oriented firms. Stock selection is

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Global corporate bonds: unchartered territory highlights the need for a long-term perspective

Global corporate bonds: unchartered territory highlights the need for a long-term perspective

🕔17:03, 30.Jan 2019

What are the key factors currently impacting the global corporate bond market? The big question affecting the markets is how far into the cycle we are. The US economy is experiencing its longest running expansion in more than 100 years.

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