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Emerging Markets: The Worst may be Over

Quarterly Outlook Mauro Ratto Head of Emerging Markets

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European Fixed Income: Still Value in Euro Subordinated Debt

Quarterly Outlook 2016 Tanguy Le Saout Head of European Fixed Income

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Volatility is the Name of the Game!

The global financial markets have started the year in full-blown risk-off mode. While global asset markets are not hitting new lows and, in fact have rallied last week, volatility has risen dramatically.  Since the end of 2015, volatility in U.S. … Continue reading

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Waiting for Yellen

After the fireworks from last week’s disappointing European Central Bank (ECB) rate decision, it was the decline in commodity prices, led by oil, which kept financial markets on edge. OPEC’s decision to abandon its production ceiling, thereby effectively raising it … Continue reading

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

1. ECB – When Doves Talk It appears likely that the U.S. Federal reserve will increase the Fed Funds rate for the first time in almost a decade at their forthcoming December meeting. This has led to speculation that the … Continue reading

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