Hermes’ six ways to adapt to a brave new bond world
In this challenging and uncertain environment for fixed income investors, Fraser Lundie, co-head of credit at Hermes Investment Management, lays out six options for adapting bond portfolios to meet the challenges markets are presenting.
How competitive will London be post-Brexit?
Is London’s spot as the number one financial hub threatened and which financial centres will benefit the most from the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union?
PA gathered views from the Mayor of London and three industry figures.
Fidelity keeps faith with Europe, unconvinced by EM
Based on recent Federal Reserve comments and movements in global equities markets, Fidelity Solutions outlines its latest asset allocation shifts.
Panic stations: five risk factors that show markets remain unstable – Hermes
Following the turbulence of the first quarter, Eoin Murray, head of the Hermes Investment Office, believes that markets continue to be at risk of price spikes and falls, with volatility and liquidity risk being particularly concerning.
Three sustainable investment themes for a low-growth future – Hermes
As the world wakes up to the new reality of extremely slow growth, there seems little doubt the returns investors became accustomed to during the ‘Great Moderation’ are a thing of the past.
Why you should go for corporate rather than strategic bond funds
Despite heavy outflows, there is
still a good case for plumping for corporate bond funds over their more fashionable strategic cousins.