fixed income

Mar 27, 2019

Multi-asset fundLa Française Investment Solutions (LFIS), the Paris-based quantitative asset manager, has launched a multi-asset fund which offers clients differentiated access to multi-asset returns with daily liquidity.

Mar 26, 2019

HM_TreasuryUS funds giant Invesco has launched two exchange-traded funds (ETFs) with what it claims to have the lowest-cost exposure to UK government bonds of any competing product in Europe.

Mar 25, 2019

bonds Many European-based investors opted for bond funds in February, a move that analysts at Refinitiv described as “surprising”.

Mar 21, 2019

ETF_screenInvesco said its new US Treasury bond exchange-traded fund (ETF) raised over $1 billion in just over a month since its launch.

Mar 20, 2019

Fran_RodilossoFran Rodilosso, a VanEck fixed income ETF expert, considers the chances of a weaker dollar in 2019 and how this would lend itself to emerging market local currency fixed income exposure.

Mar 20, 2019

Shanghai_waterfrontInfrastructure investment aimed at powering economic growth – and with it, Beijing’s global ambitions – coincides with efforts to open China’s financial sector further to foreign investors. Romil Patel reports from Shanghai.

Mar 20, 2019

Paharganj_New_DelhiAfter a less-than-stellar 2018, investors in Indian sovereign bonds could be in for a pleasant 2019. the outlook for the rupee, despite being mostly stable, is harder to ascertain, writes Dilsher Dhillon.

Mar 20, 2019

Global equity trumped global diversified growth as the most searched-for asset class in february, analysis of the camradata live database shows. But Tom Ashford also finds investors looking at Japanese equities with interest.

Mar 19, 2019

Bond_market_conceptGermany’s stock exchange has seen what is said to be the first exchange-traded fund (ETF) that tracks the contingent convertible bond market – a type of debt issued by banks for their regulatory funding requirements.

Mar 18, 2019

Market_correction.Many fixed income investors expect the economic cycle to end in one to two years but without significant correction, research shows.