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Office isn’t the next retail

Office isn’t the next retail

The Global Property Equities Team turn their attention to the office sector and the key question of how will more of us working from home impact the office market?

Technology for good: supporting the fight against COVID-19

Technology for good: supporting the fight against COVID-19

Alison Porter, Graeme Clark and Richard Clode from the Global Technology Team discuss how ‘big tech’ companies are helping communities and governments through the pandemic and the implications this may have on the regulation of the technology sector.

Residential real estate: stay home, stay safe

Residential real estate: stay home, stay safe

Guy Barnard, Tim Gibson and Greg Kuhl from the Global Property Equities Team discuss how COVID-19 is impacting the rental residential sector from both a landlord and tenant perspective and the longer-term investment case for the sector.

The case for high yield bonds

The case for high yield bonds

Using a combination of eight charts and tables, corporate credit portfolio managers Seth Meyer and Tom Ross consider some of the potential risks and opportunities within the high yield sector of fixed income.

COVID-19: Understanding the science & investment implications (Part 4)

COVID-19: Understanding the science & investment implications (Part 4)

A new video series from our health care team offers unique insight into the scientific and investment implications of the COVID-19 crisis.

Trading bonds during a time of ferocity and velocity

Trading bonds during a time of ferocity and velocity

Neil Rayner, Head of US Fixed Income Trading, discusses bond liquidity and the challenge of trading in illiquid markets as the COVID-19 coronavirus spreads.

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Vietnam: the new frontier in Emerging Markets?

As some emerging market economies begin to slow, Daniel Graña, Emerging Market Equity Portfolio Manager, explains why he thinks Vietnam’s outlook is positive and why investors should take note.

Are dividends risky business? REITs can offer some sustainability

Pressure to offer rent deferrals during COVID-19 lockdowns could put dividends paid by real estate investment trusts (REITs) at risk. However, it is becoming increasingly evident that some property sectors may be better able to weather the crisis, according to Guy Barnard, Tim Gibson and Greg Kuhl from the Global Property Equities Team.

Global Sustainable Equity: news and opportunities (April 2020)

Global Sustainable Equity: news and opportunities (April 2020)

Hamish Chamberlayne, Portfolio Manager for the Janus Henderson Global Sustainable Equity Strategy, discusses recent developments affecting the world over the past three months.

Prepare for a dispersion of outcomes for Emerging Markets post COVID-19

Prepare for a dispersion of outcomes for Emerging Markets post COVID-19

Daniel Graña and Matthew Culley from the Emerging Market Equity Team explain the importance of examining each emerging country individually to determine how they are likely to weather the COVID-19 storm, and why some of these countries are likely on the cusp of a transition toward more value-added growth drivers.

COVID-19: Understanding the science & investment implications (Part 2)

COVID-19: Understanding the science & investment implications (Part 2)

A new video series from our health care team offers unique insight into the scientific and investment implications of the COVID-19 crisis.

South Africa: a cautionary tale in EM

South Africa: a cautionary tale in EM

In this video update, Daniel Graña, Emerging Market Equity Portfolio Manager, believes that not all countries within the asset class should be treated the same and highlights South Africa as a case in point.