Recovering economy, recovering Chinese property bond demand
As China’s property market recovers, capture income potential of Chinese property bonds with a diversified Asian bond strategy.
1st competitive factor: easing policies3
The public health crisis has disrupted economic activities globally, and governments and central banks have continued to respond with massive monetary and fiscal stimulus to support businesses and labour markets. As easing polices are here to stay, policy rates will be lower for longer, bolstering Asia’s bond markets.
2nd competitive factor: compelling income potential
Government bond yields across Asia and major developed markets4
3rd competitive factor: relatively mild inflation supports further easing
Consumer Price Index and Producer Price Index inflation5
How to seek yields in Asia’s bond markets?
JPMorgan Asian Total Return Bond Fund navigates through the evolving fixed income markets, tapping the broad spectrum of Asian bond sectors for compelling income opportunities1.
Attractive income opportunities1
The Fund offers monthly distribution “(mth)” share classes*, providing attractive income opportunities. In addition, the Fund is available in USD and HKD Classes, alongside Hedged Classes in AUD, CAD, NZD, RMB and GBP, to help meet investors’ need for different currencies. (*Aim at monthly distribution. Dividend rate is not guaranteed. Distributions may be paid from capital. Refer to important information 3)
Other characteristics of the Fund:
A flexible Asian bond strategy
The Fund is benchmark-agnostic and invests flexibly in fixed income sectors such as USD-denominated Asian credit, local currency bonds and convertible bonds, striving for competitive total returns.
Actively managed portfolio
The exposure to multiple sectors within Asia helps the Fund optimise the unique characteristics of the Asian fixed income spectrum for potential returns. The investment team actively manages currency exposures and durations, taking a strategic approach to manage risk while seeking opportunities.