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  • Bond Connect opens access to China’s debt markets download

    White papers 31 October 2017

    Bond Connect is the latest manifestation of China’s gradual opening up of its capital markets to international investors. The pilot scheme, launched by China and Hong Kong in July, gives foreign institutional fund managers a new route to China’s RMB69 trillion ($10 trillion) interbank bond market (CIBM).

  • 10 reasons to invest in Asia bonds download

    White papers 31 October 2017

    Asia’s fixed income markets are now a key part of diversified, international bond portfolios. Issuance volumes continue to rise to record levels, there is a wide range of issuer-type, yield and tenor, and the pool of regional liquidity is growing.

  • Opportunities in...Asian fixed income download

    White papers 31 October 2017

    The Asian fixed income market is often at a different part of the economic, political and credit cycle to core western markets – this can include economic growth that surpasses most other regions. In an investment world that often seems devoid of income without excess risk, Asian fixed income can offer a compelling proposition in both a relative and absolute sense.

  • Opportunities in...European Corporate Bonds download

    White papers 31 October 2017

    Why European investment grade corporate bonds? At a time when attention is increasingly focused on a gradual reduction in US and European monetary stimulus, the European investment grade corporate bond market presents investors with an increasingly  broad investment opportunity set focused on the rapidly evolving European market.

  • In Credit: Abenomics 2.0 download

    White papers 23 October 2017

    It was a mixed week for core government bonds with yields rising in Europe and the US, but falling in the UK and largely unchanged in Japan where Shinzo Abe won a large majority in last weekend’s general election. This victory leaves the road clear for more ultra-easy monetary policy in an economy that is growing but has so far failed to produce much in the way of inflation (Nationwide core CPI = 0.0% y/y).

  • In Credit: The calm after the storms? download

    White papers 16 October 2017

    Core bond yields were flat in Japan, a touch wider in the UK and lower in the US and Europe last week. The International Monetary Fund raised its global GDP forecast marginally to 3.6% for 2017 ( 0.1%) and 3.7% for 2018, driven largely by an improved outlook in the US, Europe, Japan and China.

  • In Credit: Corporate bond spreads tighten to post GFC lows download

    White papers 9 October 2017

    It was a fairly astonishing week in terms of news, though core bond markets were not much moved after the sell-off of recent weeks. Firstly in Europe, the ever-present issue of political cohesion was on the agenda again.

  • In Credit: Monetary policy on (Jackson) hold? download

    White papers 29 August 2017

    The annual Jackson Hole symposium left the market with little new information about central bank policy intentions in either the US or Europe.

  • Asset Allocation Update: Is a bond sell-off around the corner? download

    White papers 14 August 2017

    We are mindful that investment grade and high yield bonds have been on a strong run from a risk/reward perspective, and in that context we have been looking at our weighting in this area.

  • In Credit: Summertime...and policy conditions remain easy download

    White papers 7 August 2017

    The US dollar continues to weaken driven by relatively weaker US economic prospects and ongoing political turmoil domestically.

  • Dynamic Asian fixed income market continues to drive strong returns download

    White papers 3 August 2017

    The Asian fixed income market has had a fantastic three-year total return performance.

  • South Korean equities shrug off concerns download

    White papers 3 August 2017

    A myriad of anxieties has failed to stem this year’s KOSPI surge and now investors are encouraged by a reform-minded new president.

  • Hong Kong faces an unstable future download

    White papers 3 August 2017

    China’s increasing control of Hong Kong’s political and economic activities raises concerns about the territory’s role as financial hub.

  • Thailand adapts to a new normal download

    White papers 3 August 2017

    The military government has ambitious plans to reshape the country’s economy as well as its constitution.

  • Is China’s economy turning Japanese? download

    White papers 3 August 2017

    Three decades after Tokyo’s property bubble burst, causing severe damage, there are fears that Beijing faces a similar fate.

  • Five reasons to hold technology stocks download

    White papers 3 August 2017

    Technology breakthroughs herald a new era in the way we live, work and relate to each other.

  • In Credit: Beware of Greeks bearing bonds download

    White papers 31 July 2017

    The US Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged last week as expected, while its statement intimated that the balance sheet unwinding process should begin soon.

  • In Credit: Calm seas don’t make good sailors download

    White papers 24 July 2017

    After the sharp decline in bond prices a couple of weeks ago calm seems to be returning.

  • In Credit: In the firing line... download

    White papers 21 July 2017

    Core government bonds ended the week little changed in spite of a backdrop of geo-political tensions, with the Korean Peninsula nuclear threat and the terrorist attack in Barcelona.

  • Are ‘linkers’ the best way to guard against inflation? download

    White papers 18 July 2017

    With rising UK inflation, questions are increasingly being asked about the best way to protect the real value of investments.

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