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Market Views: Fixed Income

27JUN 2018

Corporate bonds: why investors’ knee-jerk reaction to rising interest rates could be wrong

As investors face the prospect of the near-40 year bull market in bonds coming to an end, many are questioning the role of bonds in their portfolios. The knee-jerk response of many will be to cut duration. This could prove a mistake.

Market Views: Multi-Asset

05JUN 2018

2018

MAY

18MAY 2018

Market Views: Multi-Asset

Could China’s bond market really be within investors' reach?

Chinese equities have become an increasingly large presence in our multi-asset portfolios, and in the coming years we're hoping to gain access to the country's onshore bond market too.

04MAY 2018

Market Views: Multi-Asset

Monthly markets review - April 2018

A look back on what happened to equities and bonds in April, as the oil price rallied.

APRIL

19APR 2018

Market Views: Multi-Asset

Our multi-asset views for April 2018

We break down our views on all the major asset classes, from equities to currencies, in one simple infographic.

04APR 2018

Market Views: Multi-Asset

Markets in March: six charts of the month

Facebook, Chinese trade, unemployment and out-of-favour UK all feature in the six charts that caught our eye last month.

MARCH

27MAR 2018

Market Views: Fixed Income

What is Blockchain and why will it revolutionise business?

Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin get all the attention (and notoriety), but it is the underlying Blockchain technology that will revolutionise global business. In our view, it has the potential to be as significant for industry in general as the internet was for society.

20MAR 2018

Market Views: Fixed Income

Themes we are watching in global credit

The scope of the global corporate bond universe can be a daunting prospect; identifying key investment themes is one way to navigate this landscape and make good investment decisions.

FEBRUARY

13FEB 2018

Market Views: Fixed Income

How rising interest rates have affected returns from bonds

Schroders research, covering four decades of data, shows how different types of bond have performed when rates were rising.