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While passive investments have seen rapid growth in recent years, we believe there are several crucial advantages for choosing active management when investing in fixed income. This is especially true in the current climate, as uncertainty over the future path of interest rates and inflation continues to drive heightened volatility across the asset class.
Global CIO Andrew McCaffery and senior members of our team review current market dynamics and provide an insight into the implications of recent macro and policy developments. They outline how this evolving backdrop is informing our views across asset classes as we head into the final quarter of 2023.
We outline why now is a good time to participate in fund financing amid rising opportunities and improved risk-adjusted returns.
In a more volatile, multipolar world, should investors be reconsidering portfolio allocations and revisiting the opportunities on offer across Asia? Investment Directors Catherine Yeung and Vanessa Chan outline the attractive growth potential and diversification characteristics of Asia’s financial markets in the wake of recent macro and geopolitical shifts.
From elevated yields to defensive characteristics, we make the case for short-duration bonds.
Global CIO Andrew McCaffery and our local experts deep dive into the major big picture issues currently impacting the investment landscape in China. They outline how this translates into our views across asset classes and discuss how China re-opening after COVID is likely to affect markets.
After a dismal year for markets, William Davies gives his thoughts on risks and opportunities in the market as we head into 2023. While there is plenty to be cautious about, a repeat of 2022 seems unlikely.
The next 12 months are poised to be a comeback year for fixed income, says Gene Tannuzzo, with a focus on quality and credit selection critical to achieving the desired outcomes.
Global CIO Andrew McCaffery believes the key risk for investors to watch in 2023 is a central bank-induced sharp recession, or inflation bust. He shares his outlook for the global economy and outlines how investors should think about approaching asset allocation in the year ahead.
Since markets have fallen, fixed-income products have become a credible alternative to shares. And the underlying factors that brought us disinflation in recent decades are expected to continue, even if not as powerful as before.
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