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ECB commits to COVID19 support

ECB commits to COVID19 support

🕔16:18, 27.Mar 2020

Time for a rethink

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DPAM – Webinar – Global Fixed Income markets update

🕔11:00, 20.Mar 2020

Webinar – Global Fixed Income markets update The ECB surprised markets this morning by announcing an emergency EUR 750 billion lifeline to mitigate the COVID19’s economic repercussions and support the European economy. Though sizeable, investors are left to wonder whether

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Outlook for emerging-market debt remains bright after strong 2019

Outlook for emerging-market debt remains bright after strong 2019

🕔11:59, 16.Mar 2020

In this Q&A, Bradford Godfrey, CFA, Director of Alternative & Asset Allocation Strategies and Institutional Portfolio Manager at Eaton Vance, discusses the firm’s insights on recent developments in the emerging-market debt (EMD) universe.  How did EMD perform in the fourth

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Fixed Income Monthly

Fixed Income Monthly

🕔07:43, 16.Mar 2020

Monthly Review Sovereign bond yields reached record lows as the outbreak of the coronavirus in Europe initiated a large sell-off globally. 10-year US Treasury yields posted another big monthly decline and outperformed other markets, driven by safe haven demand. German Bund and UK

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reasury yields plunge as coronavirus fears intensify

reasury yields plunge as coronavirus fears intensify

🕔11:04, 6.Mar 2020

U.S. Treasury yields fell to record lows last week, led by shorter maturities. The yield curve steepened as a result. Plummeting yields supported positive total returns for all but the highest risk sectors. Markets now expect the Federal Reserve (Fed)

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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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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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The Development of the Global Sukuk Market from an Indexing Perspective

The Development of the Global Sukuk Market from an Indexing Perspective

🕔13:35, 25.Feb 2020

The global sukuk market has enjoyed tremendous growth since 2013. As measured by the Dow Jones Sukuk Total Return Index and the S&P Global High Yield Sukuk Index, the U.S. dollar-denominated sukuk market experienced a compound annualized growth rate of

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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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2020 – Will the economy survive the politics?

2020 – Will the economy survive the politics?

🕔10:59, 20.Feb 2020

In this issue New year, new decade, we’re off to the races. None of the doom-and-gloom predictions materialized in 2019. Trade tensions did not spiral into out-of-control trade wars, new tariffs did not have a major macroeconomic impact, the US

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Insurers 2020 vision

Insurers 2020 vision

🕔13:55, 17.Feb 2020

Keeping it simple in a complicated world Throughout 2019 we focused on the concept of “Braving the Elements — Surfing the Late Cycle.” We addressed this theme at our Global Investment Forums, held in major cities across the globe…

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Emerging Market Debt in Charts — 2020 Outlook

Emerging Market Debt in Charts — 2020 Outlook

🕔06:41, 12.Feb 2020

Low yield in developed market bonds remains a key issue for investors. In this environment, we see the potential for stronger relative returns in emerging market debt, particularly local currency bonds. Heading into 2020, a mix of supportive factors could drive this asset class.

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EM debt: Our 2020 view

EM debt: Our 2020 view

🕔13:28, 5.Feb 2020

After a positive year of returns in 2019, what are your expectations for the asset class going into 2020? 2019 proved to be a positive year for emerging market (EM) assets, particularly those denominated in USD. Returns were robust despite

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2020 Outlook Series: China Fixed Income

2020 Outlook Series: China Fixed Income

🕔16:42, 3.Feb 2020

Macro environment review The outlook for the Chinese economy is expected to remain challenging in 2020, with further downside risks to growth. That said, our China Fixed Income team expects policymakers should continue to implement proactive fiscal policies while maintaining

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Strong Technicals Could Drive Leveraged Finance Rally

Strong Technicals Could Drive Leveraged Finance Rally

🕔11:35, 30.Jan 2020

Leveraged Finance Asset Allocation Insights Spreads on high yield bonds, bank loans, and CLO debt tranches continued to tighten throughout the first few weeks of January amid a backdrop of consistently positive macroeconomic data, a signed Phase One US-China trade agreement,

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The 2020-2024 EM fixed income outlook

The 2020-2024 EM fixed income outlook

🕔16:41, 27.Jan 2020

Contents Section 1 – briefly reviews performance in 2019, which can be characterised as a tale of two halves with a happy ending. Section 2 – presents 1-year and 5-year return scenarios for sovereign government bonds, local currency government bonds as well

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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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All quiet on the UK high street.

All quiet on the UK high street.

🕔15:07, 22.Jan 2020

In Credit

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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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An exceptional year for bonds, but finding yield got harder

An exceptional year for bonds, but finding yield got harder

🕔08:06, 17.Jan 2020

2020 income outlook The bond market in 2019 was a double-edged sword. Investors pocketed sizable capital gains in most sectors, thanks to plummeting rates. But the flip side hurts: As has often been the case since the 2008 financial crisis, the search for yield

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Supply begets demand

Supply begets demand

🕔14:59, 16.Jan 2020

In Credit 13 JANUARY 2020 Macro / government bonds The rise (and subsequent fall) in tensions and combative rhetoric in the Middle East has been the key driver for ‘risk ‘free’ assets such as core government bonds. All in all, bonds

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Barometer: Aangemoedigd door de opkomende landen

Barometer: Aangemoedigd door de opkomende landen

🕔08:39, 16.Jan 2020

Asset allocatie: vertraging bestrijden Beleidsmakers hebben tot nu toe een forse wereldwijde economische vertraging succesvol weten te voorkomen. De Amerikaanse Federal Reserve en de Europese Centrale Bank hebben de monetaire kraan geopend, terwijl sommige regeringen in opkomende landen fiscale stimuleringsmaatregelen hebben genomen, een voorbeeld

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The 2020-2024 EM fixed income outlook

The 2020-2024 EM fixed income outlook

🕔15:28, 15.Jan 2020

Following another year of strong returns, Emerging Markets (EM) fixed income has outperformed developed bond markets by a significant margin over the past four years.  The outperformance is likely to continue in 2020, because EM fixed income remains attractively priced both in

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Emerging Markets Debt Monitor

Emerging Markets Debt Monitor

🕔17:16, 13.Jan 2020

So you are telling me you will start your diet in 2021? Eaton Vance Management, a pioneer in the emergingmarkets debt space, presents the Emerging Markets Debt Monitor. We provide a comprehensive review of the emerging markets landscape through the

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Emerging market debt rally set to moderate

Emerging market debt rally set to moderate

🕔14:45, 10.Jan 2020

Emerging market (EM) debt started 2019 at attractive valuations. This followed a nine-month slide as the US Federal Reserve moved to normalise monetary policy and raise interest rates, which naturally strengthened the dollar and increased EMs’ funding costs. Our forecast

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