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 Fixed Income Compass

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

Global Dividend Index

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

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The next phase of tech disruption
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The next phase of tech disruption

Jeremiah Buckley, Co-Manager of the Janus Henderson Balanced Fund, and Doug Rao, Co-Manager of the Janus Henderson US Forty Fund, discuss what the next phase of technological disruption may look like, and some of the potential investment implications.

Bonds and equities: working in tandem

Bonds and equities: working in tandem

Jeremiah Buckley, Portfolio Manager on the Janus Henderson Balanced team, gives insight into how the bonds and equities teams work in tandem as they seek to deliver a balanced, risk-conscious portfolio for investors.

Inflation risks in a distracted market

Inflation risks in a distracted market

The US inflation rate has remained stubbornly low. Still, Ashwin Alankar, Head of Global Asset Allocation, says a combination of factors is helping to set the stage for a potential inflationary shock.

Tug of war: slowing growth versus easing monetary policy

Tug of war: slowing growth versus easing monetary policy

The US Federal Reserve’s policy shifts have helped support markets in 2019. US Fixed Income managers, Darrell Watters, Mayur Saigal and Mike Keough, share their views on the likelihood, timing and scale of any rate cuts in the coming months.

Fed serving up what the market is craving

Fed serving up what the market is craving

In this video update, Co-Head of Global Bonds Nick Maroutsos and Fixed Income Portfolio Manager Jason England explain why they believe the US Federal Reserve (Fed) was correct not to cut rates at their latest meeting on Wednesday 19 June, and discuss which factors may justify a move lower in July.