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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  27-Apr-2022

One Small Step for Interest Rates, One Giant Leap for Monetary Policy 

Global Fixed Income Team
March was another brutal month for financial markets, capping one of the worst quarters since the 1980s. Indeed, it did not take long for markets to realize the inflationary/stagflationary implications of the war and resulting sanctions on Russia. The Global Fixed Income team shares its thoughts.

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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  23-Mar-2022

Navigating through the Fog of War 

Global Fixed Income Team
Financial markets have gone from worrying about COVID-19 to worrying about the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The Global Fixed Income team shares its thoughts.

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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  28-Feb-2022

Do Central Bankers Need to Calm Down?  

Global Fixed Income Team
The Global Fixed Income Team examine January’s hawkish turn, as leading central banks pivoted towards accelerated monetary tightening, surprising the market.

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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  15-Jan-2022

Déjà vu? No, 2022 Will Not Look Like 2021 

Global Fixed Income Team
How impactful will Omicron be? How much should markets fear the Fed? Will inflation slow? The Global Fixed Income Team examine the prevailing market dynamics.

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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  15-Dec-2021

And the Beat Goes On … 

Global Fixed Income Team
Uncertainty around Omicron in conjunction with hawkish central banks has upended credit and equity markets. How will this affect the growth/inflation nexus?

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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  15-Nov-2021

Is Monetary Policy Angst Overdone? 

Global Fixed Income Team
While policy normalization has begun, learn why we believe major central banks will likely take a more leisurely approach to policy adjustments than the market expects and why we feel it will be a ‘long and winding road’ to tighter monetary policy.

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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  15-Oct-2021

Who Let the Hawks Out? 

Global Fixed Income Team
With inflationary pressures stronger and central banks less dovish, we expect government bond yields to drift higher as we move towards tighter monetary policy.

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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  15-Sep-2021

Traversing Peaks 

Global Fixed Income Team
With investors debating when economic growth, Covid and inflation will peak, it may be useful to focus on what we know with certainty rather than sentiment.

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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  19-Aug-2021

What's Going On?  

Global Fixed Income Team
Looking at the performance of U.S. Treasuries (and other developed government bond markets), one could be forgiven if one believed the economy was sinking. Other financial asset prices are sending a message that all is well. What gives? The Global Fixed Income Team explores.

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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  16-Jul-2021

Where Is All the Yield Going? 

Global Fixed Income Team
Yields continuing to fall, credit spreads tightening and equities rallying despite bearish news. The Global Fixed Income team discuss an extraordinary June.

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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  16-Jun-2021

Where Did Volatility Go? 

Global Fixed Income Team
A quiet May saw the constructive market narrative continue. How long will this last, what does this mean for investors? The Global Fixed Income team discuss.

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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  14-May-2021

Welcome to the Brave New World! 

Global Fixed Income Team
After rising significantly in March, U.S. Treasuries and most other developed market government bond yields fell measurably, despite solid, surprisingly strong economic data. The Global Fixed Income Team examines what these dynamics mean for fixed income investors.

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