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  • what the move from qe to qt means

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    A changing tide: what the move from QE to QT means

    2019-02-01T12:43:00Z

    If 2018 was the year where quantitative tightening started to take hold, 2019 is the year it’s likely to strengthen its grip. After a decade where central banks flooded the markets with liquidity in order to stoke the economy, they began to reverse this pro- cess last year, looking to shrink their balance sheets and normalise interest rates after years of unconventional monetary policy.

  • investec credit

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    Credit where credit is due – making the most of unconstrained credit

    2018-11-01T11:24:00Z

    The search for a sustainable return has led many pension schemes to allocating more investment to a credit solution. Jeff Boswell and Garland Hansmann of Investec Asset Management outline how unconstrained credit strategies could help address the challenges.

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    Harnessing the brave new world for multi-asset investing

    2015-12-01T10:15:00Z

    Back in the 1980s and 1990s, the sustained bull markets in bonds and equities meant typical multi-asset strategies, commonly known as ‘balanced funds’, delivered excellent returns. Consisting of fairly static exposures to the two principal asset classes, as time went by their performance was increasingly assessed using peer group rankings, ...