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  • Why climate change also matters for government bond investing download

    White papers 11 November 2019

    The global sovereign debt market is one of the largest asset classes in the world, and yet it has typically lagged other asset classes when it comes to integrating climate change considerations.

  • Blog | Green real estate: a building block for a low carbon economy? weblink

    White papers 6 November 2019

    Carbon intensive sectors are facing unprecedented scrutiny from governments, regulators and markets. Since this can have a significant impact on liquidity and asset values—indeed, the effects are already becoming visible—it is a factor that investors cannot afford to ignore. The real estate sector, which is characterized by long-lived and energy-intensive assets, is one such target.

  • Blog | No place like home: sizing up investment home bias in pension fund allocations weblink

    White papers 24 October 2019

    One would not expect that returns from equity investment by some of the world’s most highly-sophisticated institutional investors would be unduly domestically-focused, to the detriment of returns, but research from FTSE Russll suggests exactly that.

  • Blog | Trapped near zero: bond yields, zombies and unintended consequences weblink

    White papers 24 October 2019

    When Japanese interest rates first fell towards zero, the Japanese government yield curve steepened sharply as it was assumed temporary, and that interest rates and bond yields would rapidly “normalise” or mean revert at levels more typical of the 1980s and ’90s. With about a 20-year lag, the Eurozone now appears to be experiencing the same phenomenon, and has met similar policy responses.

  • Blog | Canada, climate change & fixed income markets weblink

    White papers 24 October 2019

    A new FTSE Russell index measuring the impact of climate change on global fixed income markets is revealing how Canada ranks compared to other developed nations on climate readiness and provides insight into the biggest climate-related risks facing Canadian investors.

  • Appraising home bias exposure download

    White papers 22 October 2019

    Studies have shown that pension funds have inherent biases to their domestic markets within their equity allocations. In this paper, FTSE Russell seeks to understand the impact of home bias in the equity allocations of five large pension fund markets—the US, UK, Japan, Canada, and Australia—by examining the extent of their home biases and analyzing their effects over a 12-year period.

  • Why climate change also matters for government bond investing download

    White papers 21 October 2019

    Henry Odogwu, Head of the asset owner group Europe at FTSE Russell discusses how European asset owners are looking to extend environmental, governance and social (ESG) considerations beyond equity into fixed income...

  • Benchmarking the Value of Indexes Among Active Managers weblink

    White papers 21 October 2019

    Active managers primarily use index data to benchmark investment performance, but a new study by Greenwich Associates suggests there are significant opportunities for active managers to derive more value from data and partnerships with index providers.

  • Blog | A defining moment for US small-cap stocks weblink

    White papers 18 October 2019

    According to global index provider FTSE Russell, the US small-cap Russell 2000 Index has returned 6.6% annually over the past 20 years on a price basis as of September 30 as compared to a 4.6% annual price return for the US large-cap Russell 1000 Index for the same period.

  • Blog | Is economic pessimism nearing a nadir? weblink

    White papers 18 October 2019

    The rapid deterioration in leading indicators this year has cast a pall over equity markets and kept their performance relative to bonds in check. However, with financial conditions easing globally, are markets now underestimating the potential for the economic data to improve?

  • ETF Stream Big Call: Fixed Income weblink

    White papers 17 October 2019

    ETF Stream Big Call: Fixed Income (23 September 2019) Re-recorded presentation by Robin Marshall FTSE Russell Global Markets Research, Global Macroeconomic and Asset Allocation Insights - Developed and emerging market bonds in a low interest rate...

  • Blog | Value rally fails to disrupt defensive bias weblink

    White papers 14 October 2019

    Equity factors made a dramatic U-turn in September, capturing the mercurial and rapidly shifting appraisal of economic prospects across global markets. But we think it’s too early to call this a regime change.

  • Blog | Rock bottom interest rates boost real estate weblink

    White papers 10 October 2019

    Since the start of 2018, we have noticed remarkable outperformance of real estate equities. In the last 18 months, the FTSE EPRA Nareit Developed Index has outperformed the aggregate equity index, the FTSE Developed Index, by around 15%...

  • Equity and Fixed Income Country Classification 2019: The headlines weblink

    White papers 1 October 2019

    We have just announced the results of the annual Country Classification Review for countries monitored by its global equity and fixed income indexes. Our approach to country classification is informed by feedback from a broad set of market participants and provides investors with a framework for evaluating and investing across asset classes in global equities and fixed income markets.

  • Blog | PRI: Five things we learned weblink

    White papers 20 September 2019

    The September PRI in Person event in Paris was huge on a number of levels. In his most recent blog David Harris, group head of sustainable business at FTSE Russell, gives his five key take-aways.

  • Blog | Interdependence Day - Considering new responses to issues around environment, development and globalisation. weblink

    White papers 9 September 2019

    In recent scientific research, it is suggested that the Anthropocene era – the first era in which human activity has been the dominant factor in shaping the environment on Earth – has initiated the sixth species mass extinction. Unsurprisingly, climate change is cited as the “biggest single threat to the economy” by many, including Henry Paulson, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve.

  • Blog | Climate change strategies: Beware obsolescence weblink

    White papers 6 September 2019

    Climate change is now central to politics and public discourse. But a surprising number of investors continue to take a business-as-usual approach to investing, presenting a blind spot that can put portfolios at risk. Those who are looking at the issue often find the debate framed around the risks of exposure to carbon-intensive industries, while the downside of missing out on the green success stories of the future are less discussed.

  • Blog | The future of index data: Having it your way weblink

    White papers 23 August 2019

    I believe the famous Burger King ad slogan, “Have it Your Way,” is very well understood across all consumer cultures because it so precisely expresses the experience all customers—regardless of the industry—desire. This standard for client experience has even crept into areas in market data once considered so complex that providers were limited in their ability to customise products and services to clients’ needs. First, consider how market data can be packaged.

  • Blog | Corporates seek tools to reduce pension plan risk weblink

    White papers 2 August 2019

    Global market volatility and low interest rates have greatly impacted the funded status of corporate defined benefit plans over the past decade. Particularly in the last year, wide swings in equity markets have become less predictable, making funded status volatility a greater cause for concern.

  • Blog | What we mean by emerging? weblink

    White papers 1 August 2019

    “It’s the economy, stupid” was a message posted onto the wall of a US presidential candidate’s war room in the early 1990s. The intention was to remind campaigners that the key message and battleground was economic wellbeing of the electorate.

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