To properly assess performance the underlying drivers of return must be understood, including the types of risk to which a portfolio is exposed.
Following the sharp sell-off in Q4 2018, credit markets globally have performed strongly in 2019. Having seen a big dip, followed by a quick rebound, how are we now left?
Following last week’s meeting of the US Federal Reserve (FED), markets have become increasingly concerned that the FED is making a policy mistake in continuing to increase interest rates.
During the early stages of the reach for yield process, credit market exposure was the wise choice. Now that we’re closer to the end, it’s more questionable.
We discuss which chart we are watching closely and what it means to us and investors.
This Livewire exclusive discusses the changing dynamics in credit markets and why this could be very disruptive.
Investment grade (IG) credit has been one of the worst performing asset classes so far this year, and its largest segment – USD IG credit – has been the worst hit.
Thinking uncertainly vs thinking volatility. These two market views are creating something of a conundrum in interest rate markets at the moment.