Investment Office Logo
Fixed Income

Articles: 1-9 / 9
Page 
 of 1

LIBOR Is Changing: Five Important Updates

T. Rowe Price’s working group explains the LIBOR transition.

Jeff DeVack, Mike McGonigle, Predrag Rogic, Doug Spratley
T. Rowe Price,  July 2020

COVID-19: Will credit markets remain open for business?

While concerns around credit market liquidity have been rising since the global financial crisis, the COVID-19 sell-off has highlighted how fragile liquidity can be during periods of real stress.

Colin Purdie, Chief Investment Officer, Credit
Aviva Investors,  01 May 2020

COVID-19 and a brief history of emerging market debt drawdowns

The scale and speed of COVID-19’s impact on global financial markets has caused emerging market debt returns to decline at a pace not seen since the global financial crisis. However, history suggests the recovery of the asset class may also turn out to be quick.

Barney Goodchild, Investment Specialist
Aviva Investors,  02 April 2020

Why Deleveraging Is The True Culprit Weighing On Global Growth

Fears over “secular stagnation” appear to be overdone.

Nikolaj Schmidt, Chief International Economist
T. Rowe Price,  Investment Insights, 6 February 2020

Multi-asset allocation views: The pros and cons of higher-yielding fixed income

Sunil Krishnan asks whether higher-yielding fixed income assets remain good diversifiers for multi-asset portfolios in the current environment.

Sunil Krishnan, Head of Multi-asset Funds
Aviva Investors,  16 January 2020

Will the Reflation Theme Continue in 2020?

A closer look at how fixed income markets could perform this year.

Global Fixed Income Team
T. Rowe Price,  January 2020

Comfortable With the Uncomfortable

The “reflation trade” appears real, but risks are still elevated.

David R. Giroux, CIO for Equity and Multi-Asset; Justin Thomson, CIO, International Equities; Mark J. Vaselkiv, CIO of Fixed Income
T. Rowe Price,  December 2019

Shedding the Home-Country Bias:

Why Going Global Makes Sense for High Yield Investors

Brent Finck, CFA, Senior Portfolio Manager
Aviva Investors,  December 2019

Do Yield Curve Inversions Still Predict Recessions in the Age of QE?

Why central bank stimulus may muddy the waters.

Tomasz Wieladek , T. Rowe Price International Economist
T. Rowe Price,  Market Insights, November 2019
Articles: 1-9 / 9
Page 
 of 1