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What prolonged illiquidity means for credit markets

By: Mohammed Kazmi | 31 Aug 2018

Plenty has been written about quantitative tightening and its effect on duration and yield curves. Less has been said about what a more hawkish monetary policy will…

Why Europe’s investors are heading for the Dutch mortgage market

By: Emmanuel Issanchou | 30 Aug 2018

The Netherlands is well known for the stability of its economy, and its mortgage market is no exception. Even during the financial crisis, losses in this market…

Trade tariff madness will hurt companies it’s meant to protect

By: Randeep Grewal | 29 Aug 2018

Concerns are growing that an escalating trade war will hit key global growth engines, such as semiconductors and automotive industries. However, the picture may not be the…

The key pillars of active investing

By: Valentijn Van Nieuwenhuijzen | 28 Aug 2018

Financial markets offer an opportunity for entrepreneurs to source capital for their business plans and thereby support growth of our global economic system. Markets also create opportunities…

Lipper’s Glow: July European fund flow trends

By: Detlef Glow | 28 Aug 2018

European investors pulled back further from long-term mutual funds as the market environment and general sentiment stayed negative. As a consequence, July was the third month posting…

Funds face the cobra effect

By: Peter Rippon | 20 Aug 2018

The phrase ‘cobra effect’ originates from the British colonisation of India. Mounting government concern with the amount of poisonous cobras prompted a reward for every dead snake.…

Lipper’s Glow: Review of the European ETF market

By: Detlef Glow | 20 Aug 2018

The promoters of ETFs in Europe enjoyed net inflows for July. These inflows—in combination with a positive market environment—led to increasing assets under management in the European…

The Turkish endgame and politicking in Italy

By: Mark Dowding | 17 Aug 2018

As the crisis develops, and with neither Trump nor Erdogan willing to back down, it seems increasingly possible the capital controls may be needed to sustain the…

Life in the post-Libor world

By: Nick Child | 16 Aug 2018

When the FCA banned ex-UBS trader Arif Hussein for inappropriately messaging colleagues regarding the manipulation of rate submissions, the industry was understandably focused on how they could…

Alternative data is the new normal for financial markets

By: Edward Oliver | 15 Aug 2018

Financial markets move fast. Speed and accuracy have always been essential skills for financial professionals and it is those who act quickest, with the best insight, that…

Frontier markets debt: Many European investors have a misperception of Africa

By: NN Investment Partners | 15 Aug 2018

After a year of exceptionally strong investor demand for Frontier Markets Debt (FMD) hard currency issuance in 2017 and at the onset of this year, and valuations…

Stay defensive as Turkish turmoil carries systemic risk: Nordea AM

By: Witold Bahrke | 15 Aug 2018

Turkey is in a genuine currency crisis, with the lira falling 30% over three days. Fundamentally speaking, the reason for the Turkish meltdown is primarily a large…

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