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Sustainable Investing  •  01-Nov-2023

2023 Fixed Income Engagement Report 

Rachel Smith, Barbara Calvi
In its annual Engagement Report, the Fixed Income organisation provides details on how their investment teams are working with bond issuers on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) issues to help generate better financial and sustainability outcomes.

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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  01-Sep-2023

Higher for longer, yes, but not much higher 

Fixed Income Team
The Broad Markets Fixed Income team explains why they believe we are still close to the end of the rate hiking cycle, but why rates may remain range bound until the data proves otherwise.

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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  15-May-2023

Is the Tide Turning? 

Fixed Income Team
After the woes of March, investors were gifted with a relatively mellow month in April. Yet given continued uncertainty, the Fixed Income Team recommends remaining flexible.

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Global Fixed Income Bulletin  •  10-Apr-2023

Reasons to Worry (Or Not Worry) 

Global Fixed Income Team
While the Fixed Income Team does not believe the events of March are a harbinger of a new financial crisis, it does point to weak links in the economy and increased stresses that are likely to unfold in the months ahead.

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