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

Brexit – “Since EU Been Gone” Song titles are popular amongst financial commentators to describe events in markets, and last week was no different. In our attempts to describe the triggering of Article 50 by the UK, we came up … Continue reading

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Fed Policy: Still Behind the Curve

Ken Taubes is Chief Investment Officer, US. Even while hiking interest rates today, the Federal Reserve Board (Fed) maintained its dovish sentiment. In recent weeks, Fed members began signaling that rate hikes would come sooner, raising expectations for a more … Continue reading

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Emerging Markets: The Worst may be Over

Quarterly Outlook Mauro Ratto Head of Emerging Markets

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U.S. Fixed Income in a Wave of Unconventional Global Monetary Policy

Quarterly Outlook Ken Taubes Head of Investment Management, U.S.

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FOMC Statement: A More Positive Tone

As expected, and in keeping with the minutes from its March meeting, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) decided to keep rates on hold. Importantly, the Federal Reserve Board cited several aspects of the US economy and global conditions that … Continue reading

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