Yields on global bonds continued to fall this week as concerns over trade issues escalated and recent US economic data disappointed. Chris Diaz, Co-Head of Global Bonds, discusses the potential implications for investors.
Treasury yields continued to decline this week as concerns over trade wars escalated
Recent US economic data also disappointed, resulting in a rush into what are percieved to be risk-free assets as investors sought safety
With uncertainty remaining, government bonds issued by developed world countries could be a prudent option for bond investors
Recorded on 31 May 2019.
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