PA ANALYSIS: Why backing Europe is now a consensus call
Adversity is best tackled face on, and so the big call this year has been to overweight Europe, despite the uncertain geopolitical picture.
PA ANALYSIS: The battle for financial services as Brexit gets real
Remembered as England’s “largest and bloodiest” encounter, the Battle of Towton of 29 March 1461 gave the country a new monarch and deepened divisions that would not be healed for decades.
PA ANALYSIS: ECB acts but Japan lesson looms large
While EU leaders unveiled plans for a new €321m state-of-the-art ‘Europa’ Brussels HQ, over in Frankfurt the ECB was building its own foundations for change.
IG and government bonds hit as eurozone inflation worries rise
Eurozone investment grade and government bonds continued to see outflows as inflation expectations rose, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch research.
EM debt star to stay on the rise amid Brexit fallout and Fed rate hike
More than half (54%) of the respondents surveyed by NN Investment Partners expect institutional investors to raise their exposure to emerging market debt over the next three years despite volatility inducing events like a Federal Reserve rate rise and the Brexit aftermath.