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China: How Serious is the Debt Issue?

Emerging Markets (EMs) continue to drive global growth, with China still accounting for the lion’s share. However, China’s increasing debt remains a significant concern for global investors. Here, our featured contributor, Pioneer Investments’ Economist Qinwei Wang, takes a closer look at … Continue reading

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What to expect for mutual fund flows after Brexit?

While it has only been a week since the U.K. referendum vote, our featured contributor Gabriel Altbach, Pioneer’s Head of Global Strategy and Marketing, took a look at the preliminary fund flow data to see how investors and advisors were reacting.

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3 Things the European Investment Grade Fixed Income Team Talked About Last Week

BREXIT – Some Further Thoughts The vote last week by the population of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union was a genuine shock. Although the opinion polls predicted a close outcome, the bookmakers and the market had discounted … Continue reading

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Investing after “Brexit”

In the end, it happened and Europe will no longer be the same! Contrary to recent market expectations, the “Leave” camp won, leading to increased uncertainty over the future of Europe. After the unexpected “Leave” outcome of the U.K. referendum, … Continue reading

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3 Things the European Investment-Grade Fixed Income Team Talked About Last Week

1. Greece – Cassandra’s and Pollyanna’s In mythology, Cassandra was referred to someone who could see the future but no-one believed her because she was so pessimistic. By contrast, Pollyanna is used to describe someone who is hopelessly optimistic about … Continue reading

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