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Fixed income

Global Short Duration strategy - The rally continues, but the risks around a second wave increase

Credit spreads kept on tightening in June, as optimism grew around the recovery in the global economy following widespread easing of restrictions in developed countries and improving economic data. H ...

Fixed income

Sterling Credit Short Duration strategy - The rally continues, but the risks around a second wave increase

Credit spreads kept on tightening in June, as optimism grew around the recovery in the global economy following widespread easing of restrictions in developed countries and improving economic data. H ...

Research & Investment Strategy

COVID-19 update: A disinflationary shock - Part 1

Sifting through the inflation debate: Price dispersal, complexities and a system-wide approach

Market thinking

AXA IM's David Page - UK reaction : Chancellor Sunak spells out fresh fiscal stimulus – more likely necessary

Chancellor Sunak announced a £30bn (1.5% of GDP) package of measures to support the economy as the jobs furlough scheme winds down in October.

Fixed income

Why now could be a good time to invest in inflation-linked bonds

We believe inflation-linked bonds could provide investors with some protection in an environment where nominal bonds have been rallying aggressively. Find out more from Jonathan Baltora.

Fixed income

Global Strategic Bonds strategy - Markets price in good news on the recovery

Another strong month for risk assets as lockdown restrictions are eased and economic data starts to improve from dire levels.

Podcast

Macrocast Podcast #15 - US Policy-makers looking for a plan B

Responsible investment

Strategic Asset Allocation for a +1.5°C World: a proposed framework

Climate change is material risk - Global warming poses long-term physical risks as the climate changes, as well as nearer term risks as the energy sector shifts from fossil fuels to low-carbon altern ...

Investor thinking

Global Technology strategy - Business conditions troughed in April and has been improving since

During May, global equity markets continued to recover with the MSCI World index climbing 2.8%, whilst the technology sector outperformed with the MSCI World Information Technology Index gaining 6.7%