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Northern Trust AM – Webinar – Portfolio Positioning During COVID-19 Market Volatility

🕔17:00, 1.Apr 2020

Webinar – Portfolio Positioning During COVID-19 Market Volatility As markets continue to experience extreme volatility swings, it’s leaving investors with a number of key considerations (and questions) around portfolio re-balancing, potential shifts in asset allocation and what the future market

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Aegon AM/Kames – Webinar – Market Update with Stephen Jones and Adrian Hull

🕔12:00, 1.Apr 2020

Webinar – Market Update with Stephen Jones and Adrian Hull Stephen Jones, CIO of our Multi-Asset & Solutions and Equities investment platforms, will be joined by Adrian Hull, Head of Fixed Income UK to discuss the latest market updates and

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As the dust settles, convertible bonds look extremely attractive

As the dust settles, convertible bonds look extremely attractive

🕔11:38, 1.Apr 2020

The sizeable market dislocations of recent weeks have resulted in some anomalous valuations between the convertible and traditional bonds of quality companies. GAM Investments' Jonathan Stanford discusses why this presents a rare opportunity for investors. As we have seen multiple

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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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Nordea AM – Webinar – Looking ahead – preparing your portfolio for the rebound

🕔11:00, 31.Mar 2020

Webinar – Looking ahead – preparing your portfolio for the rebound It is no surprise that in the last few weeks investors have been preoccupied with the global spread of the coronavirus. While market conditions have certainly been challenging, there

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2020 – coronavirus reversal and rebound

2020 – coronavirus reversal and rebound

🕔10:55, 31.Mar 2020

Covid-19 is the paramount issue. We expect a sharp economic slowdown in the first half of 2020, followed by a subdued rebound.  The coronavirus is likely to slow down the economy in unprecedented ways. Nonetheless, we expect the epidemic to

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The Discount Factor

The Discount Factor

🕔09:32, 30.Mar 2020

Our global house view in the wake of covid-19 The covid-19 crisis will generate a succession of economic shocks stretched over time and space, resulting in a global recession comparable, in some respects, to what was experienced in 2009. Our

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Global Market Outlook – Q2 update

Global Market Outlook – Q2 update

🕔08:28, 30.Mar 2020

Cycle, Further, Interrupted. The COVID-19 virus has stalled the mini-cycle rebound and made a global recession likely. While the duration of the virus pandemic is unpredictable, policy stimulus, pent-up demand and a lack of major imbalances argue for a solid

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Preparing the recovery

Preparing the recovery

🕔08:03, 30.Mar 2020

Monthly Investment Strategy Global recession is unavoidable – it does not need to be protracted The extension of the covid-19 pandemic is forcing a growing number of countries into “lockdowns”, which will have a very significant impact on economic activity

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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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Risks abound

Risks abound

🕔16:14, 27.Mar 2020

Investment Monthly – February 2020  We are living in an “age of uncertainty” with persistent uncertainties around the macro outlook. Geopolitical tensions have shown they have the capacity to create episodic volatility in markets. But we think it is important

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COVID-19 and the financial markets Spotlight: Fixed Income

COVID-19 and the financial markets Spotlight: Fixed Income

🕔16:12, 27.Mar 2020

Last week’s financial market headlines were dominated by superlatives and historical comparisons. Volatility figures, spread and index levels which have not been seen since the financial crisis (if ever) appeared on the screens. In order to keep you informed on

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Less downside risk, but don’t chase markets

Less downside risk, but don’t chase markets

🕔16:02, 27.Mar 2020

The core asset class views dashboard reflects the key views of the Investment Committee of the Multi-Asset team  Despite investor scepticism, 2019 was a bull market for every asset class (Figure 1). Indeed, assets benefited from the strongly dovish stance

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What is the Fed doing and what does it mean for fixed income?

What is the Fed doing and what does it mean for fixed income?

🕔20:41, 25.Mar 2020

What has the Fed done?The U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed) has pulled out its alphabet bazooka in an effort to ensure sufficient liquidity and the smooth functioning of financial markets, while also providing credit to businesses that are affected by the

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Peaking Panic Draws Policy Bazookas

Peaking Panic Draws Policy Bazookas

🕔14:10, 25.Mar 2020

The GIC Weekly Apart from war, few market crises are as personal as this one. The collective power of fear and uncertainty is palpable, especially as the disruption to daily life seems without comparison. This market has been marked by

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Bond markets roiled by coronavirus fears

Bond markets roiled by coronavirus fears

🕔14:54, 24.Mar 2020

Weekly Fixed Income Commentary Risk-off sentiment hit a crescendo last week. U.S. Treasury yields continued their freefall early on, fueled by investor concerns about the COVID-19 virus.1 Yields ended the week higher for all maturities beyond 2 years, led by

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Tracking market implications of a pandemic

Tracking market implications of a pandemic

🕔11:39, 24.Mar 2020

As the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic continues to shake markets, major efforts from Central Banks and governments around the world aim to curtail negative economic repercussions. Are we headed towards a recession? How are major asset classes faring? Experts from Mellon

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Viral uncertainty

Viral uncertainty

🕔09:10, 24.Mar 2020

In light of the very dynamic market environment these forecasts are subject to change at any time.

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Coronavirus brings recession to CEE

Coronavirus brings recession to CEE

🕔08:05, 24.Mar 2020

Eurozone in recession, CEE as well The spread of coronavirus to Europe and exponentially rising number of infected people forced the introduction of preventive measures to reduce its speed. CEE countries have done so at a relatively early stage, but

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Reduce the overweight in Equities

Reduce the overweight in Equities

🕔16:18, 20.Mar 2020

Market Compass – February 2020 Just as the US/China trade truce provided broad-based relief, the new Coronavirus in China is unsettling global financial markets. The fast-spreading disease is challenging the global macro rebound, but we still see resilience in the US

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We still expect downward revisions to 2020 EPS estimates in the US

We still expect downward revisions to 2020 EPS estimates in the US

🕔16:00, 20.Mar 2020

House View Commitee The Corona virus outbreak is currently taking the focus from the stabilization in macro and the better than expected Q4 earnings season – We look past the volatility and expect equities to go higher once contaminations stabilize

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Manufacturing is key for earnings and equities

Manufacturing is key for earnings and equities

🕔15:49, 20.Mar 2020

Our chief economist Steven Bell assesses the prospects for economies and markets in 2020 After such fantastic returns from equities and bonds in 2019 and a 10-year bull market, it makes sense to ask: should we take those chips off

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We are tactically taking some risk out of our portfolios

We are tactically taking some risk out of our portfolios

🕔15:40, 20.Mar 2020

The MSCI AC World Index rose by a miserable 0.01% in January. The virtual standstill might seem to sug- gest that nothing much happened. So we might as well go straight to the outlook section then, right? Well, not so

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Are central banks running out of ammunition to fight the next downturn?

Are central banks running out of ammunition to fight the next downturn?

🕔11:56, 20.Mar 2020

The main challenge of monetary policy in the past was to contain high and volatile inflation. Policy makers rose to the challenge and brought inflation under control in many parts of the world, including emerging market economies with histories of

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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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USD: No sustained trend visible -> https://www.opiniopro.com/2020/04/erste-group/usd-no-sustained-trend-visible/ #currency #fx #interestrates via @ErsteGroup

Tackling The ‘Unknown Unknowns’: How Active Managers Manage Unforeseen Risks -> https://www.opiniopro.com/2020/04/columbia-threadneedle/tackling-the-unknown-unknowns-how-active-managers-manage-unforeseen-risks/ #active #passive #COVID19 #fundmanager #ETFs #behavioural via @CTinvest_EMEA @CTInvest_US

Policy Tries To Keep Pace With The Pandemic -> https://www.opiniopro.com/2020/04/northern-trust/policy-tries-to-keep-pace-with-the-pandemic/ #CoronaCrisis #COVID19 #EmergingMarkets #debt via @NorthernTrust @NTInvest

Which financial assets are well positioned and which ones are at risk as policy-makers brace for major COVID-19-induced demand shocks? Find out more in this piece.

‘Whatever it takes’: Fiscal Edition -> https://opiniopro.com/2020/03/ubp/whatever-it-takes-fiscal-edition/ #CentralBanks #china #coronavirus #credit #crisis #ECB #fiscalpolicy #fomc #COVID19 via
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