The latest insights into the changing world of fixed income
Investors are paying closer attention to key fixed income markets as the world continues to adapt to higher interest rates. To aid allocators in navigating this new regime, the collection of insights below offers some of the latest assessments of global credit markets. It touches on everything from private credit to sovereign debt and green bonds.
Just as investors never caught up with the 40-year secular decline in rates, the inverted curve could be with us for some time, leaving a boon for yield-curve strategies.
In Europe, highly regulated banks dominate the commercial real estate lending market, in contrast to the United States.
One of the biggest concerns is the psychological impact a meltdown might have on other financial markets, should things go from bad to worse in China.
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Fundamentals in securitized bonds backed by residential real estate and consumer related assets are strong, but some of their biggest institutional buyers have stepped back.
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What can bond investors do to maximise the returns generated by their fixed income assets? This report offers some insightful answers.
Investing in energy transition assets offers institutional debt investors an opportunity to actively contribute to the global shift towards sustainable energy sources.
Corporations have the opportunity to label bonds as green if they use the proceeds of the bonds to fund projects with an environmental benefit.
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