Scott McKee, Emerging Markets Corporate Bond portfolio manager, explores the opportunity set in corporate EMD
The arrival of the bond bear market, continued normalizing of monetary policy and need to finance expanding U.S. budget deficits, long-term rates are set to rise.
This paper examines the recovery progress seen in European markets since the start of 2015.
This paper examines the U.S. commercial mortgage loan (CML) market and U.S. insurers’ investments in CMLs.
Investors are concerned about the deterioration of corporate debt quality.
Following two years of double-digit positive performance, emerging market (EM) equities have reversed course this year.
With last year’s stock market volatility continuing into the first week of 2019, it is clear that investors are anxious. This anxiety is not without merit: indeed, economic data over the last two weeks seem to suggest a material slowdown in growth.
With last year’s stock market volatility continuing into the first week of 2019, it is clear that investors are to an extent, the volatility seen at the end of 2018 was driven by concerns around the potential for an earnings recession in 2019.
With recent comments from the Federal Reserve sounding more accommodative and evidence of a positive turn in trade negotiations, it felt as if equity markets were finally set for some relief.
2011 estimates and the thinking behind the numbers. Executive summary