Insights | Indexing the worldSubscription
As the global investment landscape continues to evolve, so does FTSE GEIS. Recently enhanced to include coverage of micro cap companies from both Developed and Emerging markets, FTSE GEIS provides investors with accurate, comprehensive coverage of global equities using an approach to index construction that is objective, transparent and reliable.
Insights | The Indian fixed income marketSubscription
With a burgeoning economy and two-thirds of its massive and rapidly growing population of working age, India is viewed by many as a highly attractive country for doing business. This paper surveys the state of the Indian Rupee-denominated fixed income markets and considers the opportunities for foreign investors.
• Aggregated revenues increase by 50% to EUR 292 million, adjusted EBITDA of EUR 184 million ( 50%), adjusted net profit of EUR 135 million ( 45%) • Assets under management increased to more than EUR 25 billion • Net debt significantly reduced over the course of the year • Forecast for 2019: Further profitable growth in the core business • Increase of the dividend proposal to EUR 2.50 per share reaffirmed
In the first podcast, Daniel Wild explains why embracing SI is “a good sort of selfish”, as it enables the investor to enjoy superior risk-adjusted returns while also helping the planet on a range of environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues at the same time.
Monthly Market Monitor: February 2019Subscription
Eaton Vance Monthly Market Monitor presents a concise review of economic and asset class data through clear and impactful charts. Providing timely information across a broad array of markets and investment topics, this guide serves as a helpful resource in providing connectivity between changing market events and implications for investor portfolios.
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Each month IPE surveys around 100 asset managers with one or more European segregated mandates for their predictions for equities, bonds and currency markets in the next 6 to 12 months
The end of 2018 saw expectations shift meaningfully in certain markets, and then pause. It also saw trends accelerate, then pause. For most of us, the pauses were welcome, because the shifts were related to broad market plans. Unfortunately, 2019 has seen a resumption in the directionality away from prior trends. Trends that had previously been accelerating have resumed as well. These are not universally negative movements, but are meaningful....read more