High yield bonds: more attractive than leveraged loans?
Guest blog: Schroders weigh in with their latest outlook for high yield bonds There are times when the leveraged loan market can provide attractive investment opportunities, but loans are unlikely to be able to achieve investors’ goals in the current market … Continue reading
Could Melbourne’s house price boom derail its global city status?
Melbourne is the world’s “most liveable” city. If you can afford the property prices, that is. Ryan Bennett, Securities Analyst, Real Estate explores the Australian city and weighs up where it falls in Schroders Global Cities investment index. … Continue reading
A quick reality check in Italy
Paul Craig, manager of the Old Mutual Cirilium Portfolios, discusses a recent trip to northern Italy, where he visited three portfolio companies and gained some perspective on the macroeconomic outlook With politics dominating the headlines of late – amid elections … Continue reading
Seattle’s boom is about far more than Amazon
Ryan Bennett, Securities Analyst, Real Estate at Schroders On the Global Cities blog we focus on centres that people want to live and work in. Although it has its challenges, we believe Seattle is one of these. City: Seattle, Washington Index … Continue reading
Bonds and Brexit – Tighter sooner? Brighter later?
Guest blog: Latest outlook from Alastair Gunn and Rhys Petheram Co-managers of the Jupiter Distribution Fund Range We expect global economic growth to remain subdued this year as the initial exuberance about the so-called Trump ‘reflation trade’ is tempered by … Continue reading
Investing after Brexit
Andy Coleman, Managing Director Retail, assesses investment tactics as negotiations for the UK’s departure from the EU begin. So the starting gun has been fired. Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty has been triggered and the negotiations on the terms … Continue reading