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Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

🕔14:17, 24.Nov 2022

On the surface, the better‑than‑expected rebound in US gross domestic product (GDP) growth in the third quarter would reinforce the Fed’s need to remain aggressive on tightening policy. However, looking at the details, there is growing evidence that the economy

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Anywhere to Hide?

Anywhere to Hide?

🕔10:58, 31.Oct 2022

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe: Hopes for a continuation of the summer rally off the June lows were dashed in the back half of the third quarter. The inflection lower in risk assets coincided with Fed Chairman Jerome

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Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

🕔12:30, 26.Sep 2022

It Fooled You Once​… Coming out of the annual Jackson Hole meeting, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell’s speech, unsurprisingly, had a strong tone reinforcing the Fed’s intention to fight inflation at any cost, a 180-degree reversal of his ‘inflation is transient’

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Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

🕔14:08, 22.Aug 2022

Market Themes Whatever It Takes 2.0 Keep On Smiling

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Winning by Not Losing: Building Portfolios for a More Challenging World

Winning by Not Losing: Building Portfolios for a More Challenging World

🕔10:21, 8.Aug 2022

Generating positive returns in tougher conditions requires new thinking. KEY INSIGHTS Challenging market conditions and deeper structural shifts are demanding fresh thinking from investors. Such thinking may include new ways to help mitigate the impact of volatility on equity portfolios, adapt

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Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

🕔12:41, 3.Aug 2022

Market Perspective Inflation concerns remain at the forefront for central banks and investors as global growth continues to trend lower amid supply disruptions, geopolitical challenges and reduction of liquidity, setting the stage for a challenging macro backdrop. The US Federal

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So Far, So Good…

So Far, So Good…

🕔12:26, 20.Jun 2022

With inflation at multi-decade highs and growth already slowing, investors were rightfully sceptical about the Fed’s ability to aggressively tackle inflation without sending the economy into recession having waited too long. Now two hikes in and messaging front-loading future hikes

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Where to Hide?

Where to Hide?

🕔15:39, 24.May 2022

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe  War, inflation and lingering COVID-19 impacts have set the stage for a challenging start to 2022 for investors, with both stocks and bonds down over 9% in response. While dynamic, stocks and bonds on

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Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

🕔10:57, 2.May 2022

Beginning of the End? The more than four-decade bull market for bonds, supported by low inflation and declining rates, that provided a tailwind of price appreciation on top of income, may finally be coming to an end. For bond investors,

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Chaos and Consequences

Chaos and Consequences

🕔12:21, 23.Mar 2022

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has shocked the world, and while the immediate concerns are the human toll on the Ukrainian people, the implications and aftermath will be felt far beyond the region. With the European continent being thrown into chaos

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Understanding T. Rowe Price’s Strategic Investing Approach

Understanding T. Rowe Price’s Strategic Investing Approach

🕔09:07, 21.Mar 2022

Discipline creates a strong investment process for our clients. KEY INSIGHTS Fundamental analysis, backed by our global research platform, is the core of our investment approach and provides a strong foundation for stock selection. To uncover opportunities for our clients,

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Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

🕔10:00, 3.Mar 2022

 Equity markets are off to their worst start of the year since 2009 as they continue to price in the Federal Reserve’s hawkish pivot and the probability of over five rate hikes this year. The drawdown in equities has been

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Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

🕔10:51, 24.Feb 2022

 Equity markets are off to their worst start of the year since 2009 as they continue to price in the Federal Reserve’s hawkish pivot and the probability of over five rate hikes this year. The drawdown in equities has been

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Holiday Rush

Holiday Rush

🕔13:53, 25.Jan 2022

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe  The Federal Reserve turned decisively more hawkish at its December meeting, announcing an acceleration of the pace of tapering, which will now end asset purchases by March, and guided towards a midyear start

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Playbook for a shifting economic landscape

Playbook for a shifting economic landscape

🕔14:58, 18.Jan 2022

2022 Global Market Outlook: Despite headwinds from the pandemic, the global economic recovery still appears on track – but inflation risks have risen. In 2022, investors will need to watch what fiscal and monetary policymakers do to try to stem price pressures while

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Not Too Hot, Not Too Cold

Not Too Hot, Not Too Cold

🕔14:25, 20.Dec 2021

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe: While stocks have broadly rallied nearly 80% off the lows of March 2020, leadership within has flip‑flopped between expensive, defensive growth …

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Constructing a Chinese Equities Portfolio

Constructing a Chinese Equities Portfolio

🕔13:07, 8.Dec 2021

China Unexplored Portfolio Specialist, Rob Secker, looks at ways in which active investors can exploit market inefficiencies and construct a Chinese equity portfolio. We look at how investors can exploit market inefficiencies and extract value from China’s investment universe. China is

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Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

🕔14:07, 17.Nov 2021

Just as the global economy is finally gaining traction after delta variant setbacks, some economies are facing severe energy shortages, with energy prices up over 70% since last year. The impacts are being felt across Europe, which is facing shortages

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ETFs in EM local debt: Do they work?

ETFs in EM local debt: Do they work?

🕔08:34, 28.Oct 2021

In recent years we’ve seen a surge of interest in exchange traded funds (ETFs) as a cost efficient and effective way to try and replicate market index performance. But are ETFs as effective as investors think? As part of our

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A Disciplined Investment Approach in Pursuit of Compounding

A Disciplined Investment Approach in Pursuit of Compounding

🕔12:41, 21.Oct 2021

Avoid complacency when seeking to buy and hold durable growers.  The strategy’s largest holdings and sector allocations bear little resemblance to where they stood two decades ago, a reminder of the massive changes that have taken place in the global

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Controlled Deflation of the China Property Debt Balloon

Controlled Deflation of the China Property Debt Balloon

🕔20:26, 20.Oct 2021

Beijing’s policy actions in the property sector seem to be containing any potential contagion effect. KEY INSIGHTS We are confident that there will be a well‑managed deflation of the debt balloon in the real estate sector and that Evergrande’s troubles

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More Predictably Unpredictable

More Predictably Unpredictable

🕔08:05, 20.Oct 2021

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe After a crackdown on internet technology and educational companies last month, risks continue to emerge out of China, including the potential fallout in its massive real estate sector following missed debt payments by

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How to harness the emerging market ‘triple premium’

How to harness the emerging market ‘triple premium’

🕔08:22, 15.Oct 2021

In this quickfire Q&A, Yoram Lustig, Head of Multi-Asset Solutions, EMEA, outlines the compelling reasons why investors should consider a strategic allocation to emerging market equities – as well as the benefits of employing active management in this increasingly diverse

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Innovations in Sustainability  Are Reshaping the Future of Plastic

Innovations in Sustainability Are Reshaping the Future of Plastic

🕔08:51, 11.Oct 2021

Balancing health and environmental concerns with the material’s utility. Over just a few short decades, plastic in its many forms has become a ubiquitous material in modern life. But its many uses and economic and practical benefits have not come

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Four Keys to Tackling the Green Bond Boom

Four Keys to Tackling the Green Bond Boom

🕔14:35, 8.Oct 2021

Increased issuance means more buy‑side diligence is needed. The extraordinary growth of debt issuance with an environmental, social, and governance (ESG) focus over the last few years has brought responsible investing to the forefront of fixed income management, with the increase

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Regulatory Actions in China: Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain

Regulatory Actions in China: Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain

🕔16:20, 7.Oct 2021

China’s regulatory actions, driven by Beijing’s financial, security, and social objectives, have injected volatility into the credit market over the past year. Key themes such as the mantra of housing for living in, not speculation; reducing the education cost burden

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How Digital Currencies Add Policy Potency for Emerging Markets

How Digital Currencies Add Policy Potency for Emerging Markets

🕔12:03, 1.Oct 2021

More monetary policy control as rate decisions have a broader impact.  Digital currencies issued by emerging market (EM) central banks are set to enhance financial inclusion and facilitate greater control over their nations’ economies. As central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) are

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Germany’s New Government Is Likely to Rewrite Economic Policy

Germany’s New Government Is Likely to Rewrite Economic Policy

🕔14:01, 28.Sep 2021

There will be a focus on green fiscal policy and redistribution. German economic policy looks set to change direction after this month’s election as the Green party is almost certain to form part of the country’s new governing coalition. More aggressive

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Five Forces in International Equities Investors May Be Underestimating

Five Forces in International Equities Investors May Be Underestimating

🕔09:24, 24.Sep 2021

China, Japan, technology, and value have potential to shape global markets in 2021 and beyond. T. Rowe Price Insights on International Equities: The rapid rise of China to the world’s second‑largest economy is widely observed. Yet, investors appear to underappreciate China’s

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The Return of Volatility May Signal a Buying Opportunity, Not a Bear Market

The Return of Volatility May Signal a Buying Opportunity, Not a Bear Market

🕔10:49, 22.Sep 2021

Judging from the performance of equity markets alone, the past four to six weeks appear to have followed the theme of the previous 12 months: a relentless rally in risk assets. When other markets are considered, though, a very different picture emerges.

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Rock and a Hard Place

Rock and a Hard Place

🕔14:29, 21.Sep 2021

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe  Coming out of the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell signalled that the Fed could begin to wind down its monthly bond buying by year-end, if the economy and coronavirus

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Understanding T. Rowe Price’s Strategic Investing Approach

Understanding T. Rowe Price’s Strategic Investing Approach

🕔14:47, 17.Sep 2021

Most sophisticated investors are aware of the pitfalls of overreacting to short‑term market trends, a habit that can lead to disappointing long‑term returns. Capital markets are volatile, and investors who rush to sell or buy assets based solely on their

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Cryptocurrencies May Transform Capital Markets

Cryptocurrencies May Transform Capital Markets

🕔12:34, 10.Sep 2021

Speculation is extraordinary, but so is potential. Whether investors welcome it—or even realize it— cryptocurrency, or crypto, is having an impact on their portfolios. The immense size of the cryptocurrency ecosystem and its disruptive effects are being felt across capital

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As the Global Economy Recovers, Japan Stands in the Spotlight

As the Global Economy Recovers, Japan Stands in the Spotlight

🕔11:19, 1.Sep 2021

Upbeat outlook as Japanese market is highly geared to global recovery. While Japanese equities made solid progress during the first half of 2021, the TOPIX gaining 8.52%, year-to date (as of May 28, 2021), performance has ultimately disappointed, with Japan

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ETFs in EM local debt: Do they work?

ETFs in EM local debt: Do they work?

🕔12:46, 31.Aug 2021

In recent years we’ve seen a surge of interest in exchange traded funds (ETFs) as a cost efficient and effective way to try and replicate market index performance. But are ETFs as effective as investors think? As part of our

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Blending Quant and Fundamental Portfolio Construction Inputs

Blending Quant and Fundamental Portfolio Construction Inputs

🕔14:05, 30.Aug 2021

Because our multi‑sector strategies have the flexibility to invest across many fixed income sectors, we use a range of quantitative and fundamental inputs to inform our sector allocations. The sector strategy advisory group (SSAG) model is one of these tools.

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Why This “Value” Recovery May Have Only Just Begun

Why This “Value” Recovery May Have Only Just Begun

🕔11:07, 27.Aug 2021

Economic recovery and earnings momentum set to sustain the rotation back to value. Value as an investment style is enjoying a revival. After being described as moribund by some, we started to see a rotation from “growth” to “value” in

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Building Confidence Toward Your Retirement

Building Confidence Toward Your Retirement

🕔17:49, 25.Aug 2021

Confidence in one’s future retirement starts with recognizing that today’s financial behaviors and progress made toward financial goals affect tomorrow’s outcomes. Confidence declines as retirement approaches, which may reflect increasing anxiety and uncertainty for preretirees as they approach retirement. Retirees

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Is the Value Rally in Emerging Markets Sustainable?

Is the Value Rally in Emerging Markets Sustainable?

🕔14:18, 24.Aug 2021

Value investing is coming in from the cold.  After a decade of strong value outperformance in emerging market equities from 2001 to 2010 came a decade of sustained underperformance. In 2020, the value/ growth divergence in EM reached an extreme

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Opportunistic Investing in a Dynamic High Yield Market

Opportunistic Investing in a Dynamic High Yield Market

🕔11:40, 20.Aug 2021

Investment flexibility may enhance risk-adjusted returns.  With the economy continuing to recover from the global pandemic, we believe investors could benefit from an allocation to below investment-grade credit. Equity valuations appear somewhat stretched after a rally that began more than

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Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe

🕔14:34, 19.Aug 2021

At the same time that China has taken steps to stabilise its slowing economy with measures such as a surprise reserve requirement ratio cut and pledge to increase fiscal support, policymakers continued to advance social policies through increased regulation, the

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Balancing Act

Balancing Act

🕔08:30, 19.Aug 2021

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Europe At the same time that China has taken steps to stabilise its slowing economy with measures such as a surprise reserve requirement ratio cut and pledge to increase fiscal support, policymakers …

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Sticking With Value

Sticking With Value

🕔15:07, 17.Aug 2021

From November 2020 to early May 2021, U.S. value stocks generated strong absolute and relative performance versus U.S. growth stocks, a trend also seen in global equity markets. However, the value rally has recently fizzled, and growth stocks have regained

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How 2021 Is Shaping as an Epic Year for Climate Regulation

How 2021 Is Shaping as an Epic Year for Climate Regulation

🕔10:58, 17.Aug 2021

The impact of climate change presents a systemic investment risk, making the importance of an investment’s environmental footprint more critical than ever before. The world has already experienced a rise of around 1°C in global temperatures over the preindustrial period

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A Moderating Outlook for Equities

A Moderating Outlook for Equities

🕔11:41, 13.Aug 2021

KEY INSIGHTS Our Asset Allocation Committee modestly decreased the allocation to equities recently, given elevated stock valuations and a moderating economic outlook. In our view, key performance drivers may peak in the near term, which could temper potential equity returns

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Biden Signals Government-Wide Push to Promote Competition

Biden Signals Government-Wide Push to Promote Competition

🕔15:10, 11.Aug 2021

But changing rules and laws isn’t easy and would take time.  President Joe Biden’s nomination of key staffers and recent executive order (EO) focused on “promoting competition in the American economy” signaled his administration’s strong support for a government-wide revision

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China Regulation – Opportunity May Lie in the Midst of Stock Sell-Off

China Regulation – Opportunity May Lie in the Midst of Stock Sell-Off

🕔15:45, 10.Aug 2021

We are assessing potential winners and losers amid new regulations in the education sector. KEY INSIGHTS The situation is still evolving with regard to China’s new regulations for the education sector that has sparked a sell‑off. However, China’s stock market

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How ESG Considerations are Reshaping Central Bank Mandates

How ESG Considerations are Reshaping Central Bank Mandates

🕔10:26, 4.Aug 2021

Moving toward integrating social and environmental issues. Building back greener, fairer, and more sustainable is not just the goal of governments and companies—central banks have also begun to incorporate issues such as employment equality and climate change into their policies. What

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Central Bank Digital Currencies May Bring “Helicopter Money” Closer

Central Bank Digital Currencies May Bring “Helicopter Money” Closer

🕔15:58, 3.Aug 2021

More efficient money transfers will likely bring down rates. Central bank digital currencies are the next big evolution of the current payment system. As well as addressing long‑standing issues with the fiat money system and boosting financial inclusion, CBDCs will

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China in de schijnwerpers

China in de schijnwerpers

🕔08:03, 3.Aug 2021

NIEUWSBRIEF voor institutionele beleggers Content De opbouw van een Chinese aandelenportefeuille De Chinese economie: herstel en herbalancering Hoe kan China een groei-economie van betekenis blijven? 1 Een reis van duizend mijl begint met een enkele stap Gains Still to Be Found

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