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After the great lockdown

After the great lockdown

🕔11:40, 28.May 2020

New Business Realities and the Implications for Investors The coronavirus pandemic has led to humanitarian, societal, business and economic crises unprecedented in their global breadth and speed – leaving governments, healthcare systems, communities, companies and families overwhelmed. Over a third

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Scenarios for Recovery Shapes and U.S. Interest Rates

Scenarios for Recovery Shapes and U.S. Interest Rates

🕔08:57, 21.May 2020

 We believe the shape of a global recovery will largely depend on two non-economic factors—the future trajectory of the virus and the psychology of consumers in terms of when they might feel safe to resume near-normal activity. We place a

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Measuring The Value Of Lp Fund-Selection Skill

Measuring The Value Of Lp Fund-Selection Skill

🕔14:12, 15.May 2020

An LP must make many choices when investing in private markets: How to invest uncalled capital? How many funds to invest in each vintage? How to pace commitments? Is there a class of funds where skill matters more than others?

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Global Active Management Review

Global Active Management Review

🕔13:44, 11.May 2020

1st Quarter 2020  SIRG’s Active Management Review provides an overview of active positioning and the drivers of performance for UCITS fund universes to provide perspective on how individual fund managers compare to peer averages 

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When Credit Analysis Becomes Paramount

When Credit Analysis Becomes Paramount

🕔13:15, 29.Apr 2020

The breadth of the economic shutdowns to contain the spread of the coronavirus will affect nearly every sector across the global corporate universe—some positively, but most negatively. Therefore, credit selection will be paramount to generating positive alpha going forward. Thorough,

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Building a Better Portfolio

Building a Better Portfolio

🕔15:07, 21.Apr 2020

Balancing Performance and Liquidity  Investors have been increasing their allocations to private assets seeking higher returns and better portfolio diversification. However, as this allocation increases, the liquidity characteristics of their portfolios change. To address this issue we create a framework

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The Fed Quickly Surpasses Its Financial Crisis Efforts

The Fed Quickly Surpasses Its Financial Crisis Efforts

🕔17:15, 17.Apr 2020

Trending… The Fed Quickly Surpasses Its Financial Crisis Efforts By Nathan Sheets, PhD, Chief Economist and Head of Global Macroeconomic Research Over the past week or so, the Federal Reserve has rolled out an extraordinary phalanx of measures. It has

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Quarterly Outlook

Quarterly Outlook

🕔07:43, 13.Apr 2020

In the span of less than three months, the novel coronavirus has shuttered much of the global economy, bringing an 11-year economic expansion to an abrupt end. As our Chief Economist explains in the following pages, broad uncertainty remains regarding

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What is the Optimal Number of Equity Managers?

What is the Optimal Number of Equity Managers?

🕔14:34, 27.Feb 2020

All investments involve risk, including the possible loss of capital. There is no guarantee that any particular asset allocation will meet your investment objectives. The findings shown herein are derived from statistical models. Reasonable people may disagree about the appropriate

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Can This Expansion Last Forever?

Can This Expansion Last Forever?

🕔07:47, 27.Feb 2020

The expansion of the U.S. economy following the global financial crisis has been slower than those after previous post-war recessions. Since 2010, growth has averaged around 2.3%, compared with over 3.0% in previous expansions. But if the current business cycle

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Institutional Gold!

Institutional Gold!

🕔17:01, 24.Feb 2020

Institutional Advisory & Solutions We find that gold has not performed particularly well compared to other assets. However, there is a place for gold-related assets in institutional portfolios separate from commodities and energy equities. The role for gold lies in

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2020 OUTLOOK & REVIEW

2020 OUTLOOK & REVIEW

🕔07:58, 30.Jan 2020

QMA’s Global Multi-Asset Solutions Group Global growth in 2019 was the weakest in a decade, weighed down by an escalation of the US-China trade war, which hit manufacturing and export sectors hard. Consumer sectors, propped up by strong labor markets

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2020 Vision Check: All Things Considered, Not Bad

2020 Vision Check: All Things Considered, Not Bad

🕔08:03, 24.Jan 2020

Thoughts from our Chief Investment Strategist A common reaction to a year of strong fixed income returns in a late-cycle environment is that the perceived lack of value and the potential risks may soon bring a shift in sentiment that

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Low Economic Volatility May Continue Supporting Credit

Low Economic Volatility May Continue Supporting Credit

🕔07:56, 21.Jan 2020

Weekly view from the desk Although some regarded last week’s U.S. non-farm payroll report as disappointing, we regarded it as a solid indicator of what the U.S. economy needs to maintain its trend-like growth. Last year’s monthly payroll average of

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Prospects for Global Potential Growth: The Next Decade

Prospects for Global Potential Growth: The Next Decade

🕔17:17, 20.Jan 2020

The pace of global growth has slowed significantly during the past two years. After peaking at over 4% in 2017, it has softened to just above 3% at present, well below its two-decade average of nearly 3.7%.1 A number of

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Solid Tone to Risk Assets into Year End

Solid Tone to Risk Assets into Year End

🕔07:51, 13.Dec 2019

We believe global growth will remain moderate in 2020 (coming in around 3.25% for the year, essentially maintaining the current rate of annualized growth in 2019), thereby mitigating the imbalances and vulnerabilities (e.g., increasing inflation, sharp increases in commodity prices)

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The Future Means Business – The investment implications of transformative new corporate models

The Future Means Business – The investment implications of transformative new corporate models

🕔18:26, 25.Nov 2019

The modern firm is one of society’s most powerful inventions, with more than 50% of economic transactions taking place internally within firms rather than through market mechanisms. The decisions made by firms are major drivers of value creation and destruction

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Powell’s Audible: We Think We’re There, Time To Pause

Powell’s Audible: We Think We’re There, Time To Pause

🕔18:28, 18.Nov 2019

As was widely expected, the Fed cut its target range for the Fed funds rate another 25 bp to 1.50%-1.75% at its meeting on October 29- 30, 2019, citing the global backdrop and below-target inflation as reasons for the easing.

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China Faces More Than Trade Uncertainty

China Faces More Than Trade Uncertainty

🕔08:47, 14.Nov 2019

While China's growth prospects are often cast in the outlook for the trade war, some longer-term trends may provide a more appropriate gauge of China's growth going forward. Indeed, the question of debt sustainability may again come to the fore

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Q&A with QMA – Rethinking ESG Investing

Q&A with QMA – Rethinking ESG Investing

🕔15:11, 4.Nov 2019

How do you view the ESG landscape? ESG (environmental, social, governance) investing has evolved considerably over the last two decades, from simple stock-exclusion strategies to more specialized thematic, engagement and impact-oriented solutions. Despite this strategic evolution, we believe that ESG

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Cautious Expectations for Trade Negotiations

Cautious Expectations for Trade Negotiations

🕔08:03, 21.Oct 2019

We have relatively cautious expectations for this week’s U.S./China trade negotiations. A potential truce or de-escalation in the trade war is a “good news” card for President Trump, and he could wait for additional political developments over the next six

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Value Vs. Growth: the New BuBBle

Value Vs. Growth: the New BuBBle

🕔12:02, 30.Sep 2019

We have been through an extraordinary period of value factor underperformance over the last 18 months. The only comparable periods over the last 30 years are the Tech Bubble and the GFC. Historically, we would expect a very sharp reversal

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A Concentrated, Global Easing Cycle; U.S. Repo Stress

A Concentrated, Global Easing Cycle; U.S. Repo Stress

🕔08:32, 27.Sep 2019

Weekly view from the desk As we continue assessing global oil market conditions, key factors we’re monitoring include the restoration of the Saudi Aramco facilities’ capacity vs. actual production, the likelihood that a geopolitical risk premium remains embedded in crude

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Liability-Driven Strategies

Liability-Driven Strategies

🕔16:31, 23.Sep 2019

Fixed income markets contain a high proportion of investors whose goal of identifying the most attractive relative value is subverted by jurisdictional or self-imposed rules, regulations, and constraints, or is superseded by other non-economic objectives, such as accounting conventions. The

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Broad-Based ECB Policy Package Amidst Deep Divisions

Broad-Based ECB Policy Package Amidst Deep Divisions

🕔13:04, 23.Sep 2019

The European Central Bank (ECB) delivered a broad-based easing package in its policy meeting on Thursday. The package included a wide array of measures, most notably a cut in the key policy rate deeper into negative territory and a resumption

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