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Market Views: Multi-Asset

17OCT 2019

Investment returns of 6% or 11%: who’s right?

Institutional investors accept a future of modest 6% per-year investment returns, but after a decade of surging asset prices from bonds to stocks, individual investors expect far more.

Market Views: Fixed Income

15OCT 2019

Market Views: Multi-Asset

04OCT 2019

2019

SEPTEMBER

17SEP 2019

Market Views: Fixed Income

Fallen angels: why passive investors may face greater risks

Passive corporate bond investors could face significant losses when the next economic downturn hits. Active managers, however, have more flexibility and should be able to manage these risks more efficiently.

12SEP 2019

Market Views: Fixed Income

The surprising diversity of bond markets

The extent of the diversity of global fixed income markets, and the scope for achieving strong returns while managing risk, may be underappreciated by investors.

05SEP 2019

Market Views: Multi-Asset

Monthly markets review - August 2019

A look back at markets in August when shares declined and bonds outperformed amid rising concerns over the outlook for growth.

04SEP 2019

Market Views: Fixed Income

Six reasons why it can make sense to buy a bond with a negative yield

Investing in a negative yielding bond effectively locks in a loss, but can still be a rational thing to do. Here we look at six reasons why.

AUGUST

28AUG 2019

Market Views: Fixed Income

What are insurance-linked securities and how do they work?

A challenging environment for traditional asset classes means less correlated assets - like insurance-linked securities – are in higher demand. How do they work?

20AUG 2019

Market Views: Fixed Income

What do low (and falling) US interest rates mean for real estate and securitized credit investors?

We expect lower interest rates to support commercial real estate and residential property values. How can investors take advantage?

15AUG 2019

Market Views: Fixed Income

Why USD corporate bonds are set to attract international investors

The falling costs of hedging mean international investors could be more attracted to US dollar corporate bonds.