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Northern Trust AM – Webinar – ESG & Credit: How to Mitigate Both Financial And Climate Risks

🕔16:00, 27.May 2020

Webinar – ESG & Credit: How to Mitigate Both Financial And Climate Risks Institutional investors are increasingly looking at making their significant fixed income allocations part of their sustainable investing strategy. But whilst the recent market turmoil highlights the need

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Ready or not, normal here we come: but hard to find for many

Ready or not, normal here we come: but hard to find for many

🕔12:00, 25.May 2020

Americas CIO View The severe economic damage of widespread non-essential activity lockdowns to U.S. and European economies is moving behind, but we expect a slow recovery with elevated …

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Dismal data and downgrades continue

Dismal data and downgrades continue

🕔14:43, 19.May 2020

In Credit  Core government bond yields were little moved last week. Covid-19 news continues to …

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Introducing “Stressed Performing Credit”

Introducing “Stressed Performing Credit”

🕔08:56, 19.May 2020

White Paper Rising Stars in a New (Fed) World Recent unprecedented action by central banks, notably the Federal Reserve on April 9th, has helped markets recover meaningfully. This has caused many investors to wonder, “What do we do next?” or,

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Real economy in the clutches of the corona crisis

Real economy in the clutches of the corona crisis

🕔15:01, 18.May 2020

Credit Markets Weekly  Sovereign Austria, Sub-Sovereigns & Agencies, Financials & Covered Bonds, Corporate Bonds Earnings season demonstrates impact of COVID-19 pandemic The European reporting season is drawing to a close: More than 80% of the …

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The limits of the banking channel

The limits of the banking channel

🕔14:25, 5.May 2020

Research & Strategy Insights  Flows of new bank loans to the corporate sector reached a record high in March in the Euro area, and the European Central Bank (ECB)’s Bank Lending Survey suggests that credit institutions are planning to ease

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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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Slowly out of limbo

Slowly out of limbo

🕔14:54, 27.Apr 2020

Monthly Investment Strategy Key points As some capacity is being re-created in healthcare systems, exiting lockdown by mid-May looks doable. We think it will be a subdued rebound though, and economic policy will need to help “for the long haul”.

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T. Rowe Price – Webinar – The latest views of our experts

🕔17:00, 23.Apr 2020

Webinar – The latest views of our experts We have seen dual shocks to the oil market—a demand shock from the coronavirus and a supply shock from the collapse in talks between OPEC and Russia that prompted production increases several

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Capital Group – Webinar – The future of credit markets in a highly indebted world

🕔09:30, 22.Apr 2020

Webinar – The future of credit markets in a highly indebted world Credit markets will remain challenged amid market volatility from COVID 19. As the number of COVID 19 cases have mounted, a supply and demand shock has impacted much

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Fixed income update first quarter 2020

Fixed income update first quarter 2020

🕔10:42, 21.Apr 2020

KEY POINTS COVID-19, declared by WHO as a global pandemic in March after rapidly spreading to Europe then to North America, triggered historic movements in the fixed income markets and put an end to the record long U.S. bull market.

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What goes up must come down.

What goes up must come down.

🕔10:38, 15.Apr 2020

In Credit  Government bond prices were little moved in the last week after a ‘helter skelter’ few weeks. In terms of data the Eurozone PMI was very weak (less than 30). This was led lower by an especially low print

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How long can Italy retain its Investment Grade status

How long can Italy retain its Investment Grade status

🕔08:58, 14.Apr 2020

With the coronavirus having spread throughout Italy, and with the country’s already worrying debt profile, Kames Capital’s Nick Chatters asks how the ratings agencies will view its credit rating which is already hovering perilously close to junk status. Fixed income

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Investment Outlook

Investment Outlook

🕔15:00, 9.Apr 2020

Macro & Market Commentary  We believe the expansion phase of the credit cycle is over. Several countries are now heading into downturns, largely because of the demand shock from COVID-19.  However, we have been impressed by the global monetary and

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Emerging markets debt: Determinants of sovereign bond quality and returns

Emerging markets debt: Determinants of sovereign bond quality and returns

🕔14:37, 2.Apr 2020

Introduction The triumph of free markets following the collapse of command economies from 1989 to 1991 made clear which economic system produced superior socioeconomic outcomes – at least, so far as the outcomes could be observed anecdotally. By the 1990s,

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Asset allocation update: credit upgraded amid fluid and uncertain backdrop

Asset allocation update: credit upgraded amid fluid and uncertain backdrop

🕔13:09, 31.Mar 2020

The ultimate public health costs and economic impact of Covid-19 are at this time unknown. Public health responses have weighed the human cost of intensive care units being overwhelmed and the number of preventable deaths exploding against the jump higher

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Middle Market Direct Lending: Benefits of Pursuing Both Sponsored and Non-Sponsored Transac

Middle Market Direct Lending: Benefits of Pursuing Both Sponsored and Non-Sponsored Transac

🕔14:56, 30.Mar 2020

Key Takeaways We believe it is important for investors to understand the differences between sponsored and non-sponsored direct lending approaches. There are advantages and disadvantages to both. As a lender, we think it’s wise to pursue both approaches. Both can

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‘Whatever it takes’: Fiscal Edition

‘Whatever it takes’: Fiscal Edition

🕔07:00, 24.Mar 2020

Key points With the US and broader European economies entering the ‘acceleration’ phase of their respective COVID-19 infection cycles, fiscal policymakers across Europe and the United States have begun outlining plans to bear down on this growing shock to demand

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Coronavirus Casts Shadow Over Credit Outlook

Coronavirus Casts Shadow Over Credit Outlook

🕔09:05, 9.Mar 2020

Global Credit Conditions While there continues to be high uncertainty about the rate of spread and timing of the peak of the 2019 new coronavirus (Covid-19), modeling by academics with expertise in epidemiology indicates a likely range for the peak

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Clear differentiation indispensable

Clear differentiation indispensable

🕔16:00, 5.Mar 2020

High-yield market remains supported by favourable capital market environment The market for EUR bonds from non-financial companies with speculative rating has been growing steadily in recent years. The expansive monetary policy of the ECB has strongly contributed to this, causing

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Exogenous Shock

Exogenous Shock

🕔10:41, 3.Mar 2020

Investment Perspective February 2020: The media, and financial markets, have been consumed by the continuing spread of the coronavirus (now officially named COVID-19) and its impact on health, economic growth and financial markets. As can be seen below, financial markets

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Rising risk aversion, falling bond yields

Rising risk aversion, falling bond yields

🕔15:01, 26.Feb 2020

In Credit –  24 FEBRUARY 2020 Macro / government bonds Core bond yields continue to drift lower in a ‘bull flattening’ amid fears about the spread of the COVIC-19 coronavirus outside of China and most recently in Italy and Korea.

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20/20 vision: a clearer path for growth

20/20 vision: a clearer path for growth

🕔16:42, 24.Feb 2020

Diversification is our highest-conviction idea. Institutional investors need to broaden market exposure to more opportunities and risks to reach long-term objectives in today’s low-yield environment. In our view, diversification is about much more than simply having a combination of assets

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Improving fundamentals exogenous shocks increased volatility

Improving fundamentals exogenous shocks increased volatility

🕔10:48, 24.Feb 2020

Focus on Risk Management Global economy / Asset allocation Moderate growth is expected in 2020, underpinned by a stabilisation in the main regions. Industrial activity and investment should progressively recover. We anticipate economic policy continuing to offer proactive support as

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Markets absorbing profit warnings

Markets absorbing profit warnings

🕔14:57, 21.Feb 2020

Focus on sales and global supply chains Credit markets are currently focusing on the company sector. In addition to the reporting season, investors are carefully pondering earnings guidances and outlooks for 2020. The coronavirus epidemic and its impact on sales

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