Global Perspectives

Market GPS Investment Outlook 2020

What are the most pressing issues facing investors globally and how will they evolve in the year ahead? Our asset class heads provide their views on the investment themes to watch in 2020.

Global Dividend Index

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

Global Fixed Income Compass

Quarterly insight from our fixed income teams to help clients navigate the markets and opportunities ahead.

Global Snapshot

The Janus Henderson Global Snapshot explores the themes driving markets, the trends to watch, market returns and metrics, and the Multi-Asset Team’s outlook for regions and sectors at quarter end.

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Coronavirus contagion concerns
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Coronavirus contagion concerns

Paul O’Connor, Head of the UK-based Multi-Asset Team, considers the potential impact of the Wuhan Novel Coronavirus from a purely asset allocation perspective.

Brexit day: shift gets real

Brexit day: shift gets real

As the UK’s membership of the EU officially ends, Paul O’Connor, Head of the UK Multi-Asset Team, takes a pragmatic look at the next steps in the Brexit process, and considers what that might mean for investors.

Farewell Governor Carney; making room for Governor Bailey

Farewell Governor Carney; making room for Governor Bailey

The Bank of England kept its Bank Rate steady at 0.75% at their meeting on Thursday 30 January. Bethany Payne, Portfolio Manager within Global Bonds, believes that today’s decision has bought time for the new governor, Andrew Bailey, giving him room to act proactively should the need arise.

ECB — one for the specialists

ECB — one for the specialists

Andrew Mulliner, Portfolio Manager Global Bonds, shares his views on the outcome of today’s European Central Bank meeting, which as he explains was expected to be the hors d’oeuvre of the ECB’s policy review; in reality it was more akin to a notification that the ECB would be cooking dinner.

UK election reaction: continuity and change
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UK election reaction: continuity and change

Paul O’Connor, Head of the UK Multi-Asset Team, gives his reaction to the UK election result and what it means for the Brexit process.

Quick view: clarity for Christmas
Quick Views Brexit UK

Quick view: clarity for Christmas

Bethany Payne and Andrew Mulliner, Portfolio Managers within the Global Bonds Team, give their reaction to the UK election result in which the Conservatives took a meaningful majority.

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Investors possibly ill-positioned for continued market rotation

Investors may not be sufficiently considering the prospects of a steadying US economy and a potential rise in inflation.

A hawkish rate cut

A pause after October’s rate cut in the US may make sense in the short term, but greater accommodation may be necessary over the long haul.

Draghi: whatever he could
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Draghi: whatever he could

Oliver Blackbourn, a portfolio manager on the UK-based Multi-Asset Team, comments on the imminent departure of Mario Draghi’s as ECB leader on 31 October 2019, as the ECB itself potentially reaches the limits of what it can achieve using the levers of monetary policy.

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Growth Slowing, but Precipitous Drop Unlikely
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Growth Slowing, but Precipitous Drop Unlikely

Although the current economic expansion is aging, leading indicators do not indicate a sharp contraction.

Argentina: tears flow as markets tumble

Argentina: tears flow as markets tumble

Jennifer James, portfolio manager within the Global Bonds Team, discusses the fallout from the shock primary election results in Argentina in August, exploring what this might mean for Argentina’s asset markets and other emerging economies.

Quick view: Chinese yuan depreciates to critical level against the US dollar
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Quick view: Chinese yuan depreciates to critical level against the US dollar

Charlie Awdry, China portfolio manager, provides his views on the central bank’s symbolic move to allow the yuan to weaken below 7.0 against the US dollar and its significance for investors.