The February 2017 report provides recent insights on the China Bond market including performance of the FTSE Russell China Bond Indexes.
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We announced our Country Classification Review for Fixed Income and Equities after US markets closed on Thursday. The aim of this process is to provide investors with an objective framework for evaluating and investing across asset classes in global equities and fixed income markets, so our approach to country classification follows a comprehensive and transparent process and is informed by feedback from a broad set of independent market participants and index users.
Every Russell 3000 ICB Supersector has bounced back from March 2020 lows, but none quite so dramatically as Automobiles and Parts. For the 3/31/20 – 8/31/20 time period, Autos and Parts delivered returns that were nearly triple those of the next highest performing Supersector. This performance success story has been largely shaped by two themes: industry innovation and the pandemic-driven do-it-yourself car maintenance trend.
Germany’s stock market – perhaps like the country itself - is sometimes mischaracterised as solid and reliable, and perhaps overly dependent on industrial heavyweights. But as we highlighted in a post earlier this year (link to Tim’s post about Germany) German stock market performance has been more than solid since COVID – in fact the second best performing Developed European market (as measured by FTSE GEIS) since the recovery began on 23rd March. And that growth is in part due to a greater diversity than the stereotype of blue-chip industrial behemoths.
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