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Rising Inflation Risk and How to Address It

Inflation risk can be mitigated by using inflation-linked bonds, cyclical assets, and high-yielding bonds with low duration

Yoram Lustig Head of Multi‐Asset Solutions, EMEA; Michael Walsh Solutions Strategist, EMEA
T. Rowe Price,  October 2021

Are bond investors too complacent about inflation?

The distortions created by central banks make it dangerous to read too much into price signals

Michael Grady, Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist; Katarina Cohrs
, Senior Strategist, Multi-asset & Macro
Aviva Investors,  11 August 2021

Income: A dangerous love affair

Beauty is only skin deep, as the saying goes. Francois de Bruin explains what this piece of wisdom means for yield-hungry income investors.

Francois de Bruin Fund Manager, Sustainable Income & Growth and Head of Listed Real Estate
Aviva Investors,  11 May 2021

Multi-asset allocation views: Loose policy doesn’t rule out a steeper curve

While inflation is expected to rise after last year’s lows, it will likely be transitory. Sunil Krishnan explores what this means for the economy, yield curves and equity markets.

Sunil Krishnan, Head of Multi-asset Funds
Aviva Investors,  15 April 2021

Managing to the Other Side

New vaccines could accelerate recovery, boost cyclical sectors

Justin Thomson, Chief Investment Officer, International Equities
T. Rowe Price,  Global Market Outlook, December 2020

Opportunities and Risks in a Low-Yield World

Why fixed income investors should look beyond current yield levels.

Arif Husain, Head of International Fixed Income
T. Rowe Price,  September 2020

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
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