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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.

Janus Henderson Corporate Debt Index

The Corporate Debt Index is the first edition in a long-term study into trends in company indebtedness around the world, the investment opportunities this provides and the risks it presents.

Global Dividend Index

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

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Quick view: Fed’s dovish stance
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Quick view: Fed’s dovish stance

With the US economy potentially slowing, the Federal Reserve says it does not expect to raise rates in 2019. Nick Maroutsos, Co-Head of Global Bonds, explains what that could mean for investors.

Quick view: Brexit ball in the EU’s court
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Quick view: Brexit ball in the EU’s court

The UK parliament voted on several amendments to the Brexit withdrawal agreement yesterday — only two were passed. Bethany Payne, Portfolio Manager, Global Bonds, shares her thoughts on the outcome of the votes and the implications for the next round of negotiations on Brexit.

Quick view: Brexit vote
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Quick view: Brexit vote

​Ben Lofthouse, Head of Global Equity Income, provides his thoughts on the vote on Brexit by members of Parliament and the impact of the uncertainty that surrounds the UK’s future relationship with the European Union.

Quick view: Amazon takes on healthcare
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Quick view: Amazon takes on healthcare

Rich Carney, Healthcare Services Analyst with the US-based Janus Henderson Healthcare Sector Team, responds to news that Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JPMorgan Chase plan to form an independent healthcare company to lower costs for their employees.