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Category Archives: Multi Asset
Gabriel Altbach is Pioneer’s Head of Global Strategy and Marketing. The third quarter brought fixed-income funds back into the spotlight, as net flows reached nearly €240 billion globally between July and September 2016. The year-to-date (YTD) figure is even more … Continue reading
Just as with Brexit, markets underestimated the strength of the populist movement yesterday, when Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States. Short-term reactions aside, what will this shift in US political leadership mean for the economy … Continue reading
Pioneer Investments Economist, Qinwei Wang shared his thoughts with followPioneer. Recent developments have suggested that growth momentum in China has been holding up relatively well, while there are increasing signs that policymakers are accelerating their efforts in structural measures. As … Continue reading
(Part three of three) In this final blog of our series, Matteo Germano, Global Head of Multi Asset Investments shares his thoughts on the implications for multi-asset investing. From a global multi-asset perspective, how is the US election affecting your … Continue reading
As expected, the Federal Reserve Board yesterday left interest rates unchanged following the September meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee. In its statement following the meeting, the FOMC said, “The Committee judges that the case for an increase in … Continue reading