Risk of another US debt ceiling impasse already hitting treasuries
An impasse over raising the debt ceiling could see the US hit the financial buffers in early October failing to meet around 23% of its short term obligations, an analysis by Washington think tank the Bipartisan Policy Centre has said.
PA ANALYSIS: What’s the better bet, French or Italian government bonds?
The spreads of French and Italian government bonds versus German bunds have risen by 600 bps since autumn due to rising political concerns. Fund managers are divided on the question which of the two now presents a buying opportunity. But does that actually matter at all?
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.
Global equities and bonds increasingly seen as overvalued, CFA survey reveals
Growing uncertainty in developed markets and a flight to safe haven assets post-Brexit have skewed valuations, according to an increasing number of industry professionals polled by the CFA Society of the UK.