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Balanced Strategies Desk Reema Desai looks at three ways the team believes alpha can be generated against an environment of rising yields. Reema also outlines what investors might consider going into Q3 2015
View from the European Equities Desk In our last quarterly update, Fiona English highlighted the possibility of greater volatility and perhaps some periods of consolidation. This has indeed transpired, but what next? Fiona talks us through what we can expect … Continue reading
1. Despite 61% of voters in the recent referendum rejecting the creditors terms, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras put the terms to a parliamentary vote. The deal was presented as a necessary evil, with Greece having no choice but to … Continue reading
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Views from the European Investment Grade Fixed Income team Numerous reasons have been advanced for the rise in bond yields, ranging from credible to not very credible. Let us look at some: