With corporate performance proving resilient, the attractiveness of many equities market segments has improved during this year’s sell-off.
The traditional 60% stock/40% bond allocation suffered deep losses during the first half of 2022, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to give up on a diversified portfolio.
A discussion on mortgage-backed securities in the latest episode of our Global Perspectives podcast series.
The Portfolio Construction and Strategy (PCS) team explore some of the unintended risks that can arise when sustainability drives asset allocation rather than being an implementation decision.
Alistair Sayer, Client Portfolio Manager, considers why investors’ need for real diversification in their portfolios could be a long-term driver of demand for liquid alternatives as they seek to manage inflation and rising rates.
The inflation problem in emerging markets has become more complex to unravel and greater divergence between countries could emerge on the path to normalisation.
The Federal Reserve (Fed) continues to prioritize fighting inflation even as signs of a softening economy emerge.
What lessons can short squeezes offer about the inherent danger of carrying excessive leverage or short positions during periods of heightened risk and illiquidity?