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The first of its kind, quarterly, long-term study into global dividend trends.

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The Sovereign Debt Index is a long-term study into trends in government indebtedness around the world, the investment opportunities this provides and the risks it presents.

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UK money trends signalling overheating risk
Global Perspectives

UK money trends signalling overheating risk

Monetary financing of the fiscal deficit – revised up significantly for 2021-22 in yesterday’s Budget – threatens a balance of payments blowout and much higher inflation, argues Simon Ward, Economic Adviser.

Is global reflation priced in?
Global Perspectives

Is global reflation priced in?

Changes in economic optimism drive market moves and current bullishness implies limited room for further upgrades, argues Simon Ward, Economic Adviser.

Valuing the improving credit quality in high yield

Valuing the improving credit quality in high yield

Several of our global high yield experts assess the value that rising credit quality could have on high yield spreads.

UK inflation forecast update
Global Perspectives

UK inflation forecast update

Simon Ward, Economic Adviser, sets out the case for expecting UK CPI inflation to overshoot Bank of England and consensus forecasts.

Monetary deficit finance and medium-term inflation
Global Perspectives

Monetary deficit finance and medium-term inflation

Government reliance on banking systems to finance unprecedented peacetime deficits is laying the foundation for a lasting inflation pick-up, argues Simon Ward, Economic Adviser.

COVID variants: The impact on pandemic trajectory & biopharma stocks

COVID variants: The impact on pandemic trajectory & biopharma stocks

Making sense of the latest developments around COVID-19 variants and what investors should consider now.

Reflation optimism at risk of near-term disappointment
Global Perspectives

Reflation optimism at risk of near-term disappointment

Global industrial momentum appears to have peaked and is forecast to move lower into Q2. This poses a risk to reflation-positioned markets.

China decarbonisation: the emergence of a mega-theme

China decarbonisation: the emergence of a mega-theme

Daniel Graña, Matt Doody and Jennifer James look at how China decarbonisation has the potential to be one of the biggest investment themes over the coming years.

Real estate bubbles? Chance would be a fine thing…

Real estate bubbles? Chance would be a fine thing…

Real estate shares have been out of favour in recent years, and there are indications that listed property is currently undervalued. Portfolio managers Guy Barnard, Tim Gibson and Greg Kuhl assess the indicators and explore the associated risks and opportunities.

Exploiting the two-way traffic in high yield

Exploiting the two-way traffic in high yield

Tom Ross, corporate credit portfolio manager, takes a drive in the auto sector to demonstrate how both upgrades and downgrades can be a source of returns.

Global Sustainable Equity: news and opportunities (January 2021)
Investment Viewpoints

Global Sustainable Equity: news and opportunities (January 2021)

Hamish Chamberlayne, Head of Global Sustainable Equities, reflects on the last quarter of 2020 and looks ahead to the opportunities in the world of sustainability.

Global money trends still cooling amid US data confusion
Global Perspectives

Global money trends still cooling amid US data confusion

Global money trends continue to suggest a near-term economic slowdown, with the caveat that interpretation of US monetary statistics is complicated by recent regulatory changes, argues Simon Ward, Economic Adviser.