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The Corporate Debt Index is a study into trends in company indebtedness around the world.

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

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Global Dividend Index

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

Sovereign Debt Index

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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Health care’s innovation shifts into high gear

Health care’s innovation shifts into high gear

Portfolio Manager Andy Acker explores the unprecedented number of medical breakthroughs occurring in health care and what it means for the sector.

Why should investors care about ESG?

Why should investors care about ESG?

Paul LaCoursiere, new Head of ESG Investments, examines three key reasons why investors should care about ESG and the main challenge faced by the investment industry.

UK portfolio trends and opportunities for 2021

UK portfolio trends and opportunities for 2021

Adam Hetts and Sabrina Geppert from Janus Henderson’s Portfolio Construction and Strategy Team examine portfolio trends and opportunities for UK investors in 2021.

Right here, right now: growth opportunities in real estate

Right here, right now: growth opportunities in real estate

Portfolio managers Guy Barnard, Tim Gibson and Greg Kuhl, explain why they believe the REIT ‘reopening rotation’ trade has created an attractive opportunity to buy quality compounders offering sustainable growth, driven by long-term structural tailwinds.

Finding value in each other: active collaboration in equity and bond analysis

Finding value in each other: active collaboration in equity and bond analysis

Seth Meyer and Brent Olson, high yield bond Portfolio Managers, and Nick Schommer, US equity Portfolio Manager, discuss the benefits of collaboration in their equity and bond analysis.

Emerging market equities: same storm, different boats

Emerging market equities: same storm, different boats

The COVID-19 pandemic has likely exposed both the winners and pretenders in emerging markets, explains Daniel Graña.

How are China’s stock markets developing and evolving?

How are China’s stock markets developing and evolving?

China equities portfolio manager May Ling Wee discusses the buoyant initial public offering (IPO) market and the impact of ‘re-shoring’ and rising cross-border flows on Chinese markets.

Real yields pulling on cable

Real yields pulling on cable

Portfolio manager Oliver Blackbourn gives his thoughts on recent sterling strength, outlining why he believes this environment may favour UK domestic-focused firms over those with global revenues.

Global Perspectives Podcast – Reflation: Is this the real thing or just fantasy?
Global Perspectives

Global Perspectives Podcast – Reflation: Is this the real thing or just fantasy?

A lively discussion that goes against consensus, seeking to unearth the truth about what is really happening in the economy and the potential impact on bond markets.

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.

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.

Tempering expectations

Tempering expectations

While record-setting prices for riskier assets hint at better days ahead, Portfolio Manager Nick Maroutsos believes that a complete exit from the pandemic may take longer than expected, justifying continued monetary and fiscal hyper-accommodation.