Market inefficiency is a growing opportunity in fixed income

In a theoretically efficient fixed income market, closely related bonds (or derivatives) with similar risk characteristics would always be priced the same. In reality, these prices persistently diverge from each other, which means fixed income markets are inefficient.

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Corporate Bonds – More Risk for Less Return

Credit spreads over government bonds should compensate investors not just for default risk but also for other risks such as illiquidity. Gopi Karunakaran discusses how corporate bond markets are currently not providing sufficient compensation for growing illiquidity risk.

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Livewire Exclusive – A dangerous consensus

In a Livewire Exclusive video, Gopi Karunakaran discusses how banks withdrew from corporate bond markets after the financial crisis, and what this means for the US$560 billion in fixed income ETFs around the world.

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Macroprudential tools in Australia

In recent months macroprudential measures have increasingly been under discussion in Australia. The Reserve Bank of Australia and other regulators now appear open to the adoption of such tools.

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