Portfolio Manager Daniel Graña explains that in light of the retreat from further global economic integration, reformist policies and value-added services are likely to become future drivers of emerging market growth and investment returns.
Charlotte Nisbet, Analyst on the Governance and Responsible Investment Team and member of the Janus Henderson Mental Health Group, discusses the importance of mental health and wellbeing from an investment and employer perspective.
In this Q&A, Junichi Inoue, Head of Japanese Equities and portfolio manager for the Japanese Opportunities Strategy, discusses the impact of Abenomics and the possibility of its continuation, as well as the implications of COVID on Japanese stocks.
In this video, Denny Fish, portfolio manager for the Global Technology & Innovation Strategy, shares his thoughts on how COVID has impacted technology and the key considerations as an investor in the sector.
US-based technology equities portfolio manager Denny Fish believes that even if some large tech companies are compelled by regulators to adjust their business practices and others are impacted by a deceleration of global trade, the sector’s secular drivers remain intact and tech is likely to continue to account for a greater share of corporate earnings.
John Pattullo, Co-Head of Strategic Fixed Income, explains how the suppression of volatility by the US Federal Reserve during the Covid crisis has led to the Japanification of the US corporate bond market.
Nicholas Ware, Portfolio Manager in the Strategic Fixed Income Team, explains why he believes the second half of 2020 will see lower net issuance in corporate bond markets following the dizzying volume of new bond issues in the first half.
Unlike some countries that have flattened the curve, the US is experiencing a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases. In this video — part of a series on the scientific and investment implications of COVID-19 —Biotech Analyst, Agustin Mohedas, explains why the US trajectory has diverged, noting how the outbreak’s dynamics are changing and what that could mean for the next phase of the pandemic.