QMA’s Global Multi-Asset Solutions Group shares their global economic and investment outlook for the fourth quarter of 2019.
The global sovereign debt market is one of the largest asset classes in the world, and yet it has typically lagged other asset classes when it comes to integrating climate change considerations. The reality is, sovereign debt investors are exposed to...
We have known for a long time that pension funds place a large domestic weight on their equity allocations, relative to what Modern Portfolio Theory—which encourages diversification of assets to lower investment risks—might suggest. But when we measured...
Henry Odogwu, Head of the asset owner group Europe at FTSE Russell discusses
The last 18 months have been an historical period of value factor underperformance. Risk-averse investors have turned stock prices upside down. Cheap stocks have been underperforming for the last 18 months, while expensive stocks are overperforming. The...
In an increasingly protectionist world, plagued by escalating trade tensions, the export-focused German economy is clearly suffering. We look ahead and explore the investment implications of a weaker German economy.
The first generation of ESG strategies excluded whole sectors from investors’ portfolios. Such approaches are still widely used, but investors may be underestimating their impact on portfolio diversification.
Industry Voice: New country research head explains how role will enhance Eaton Vance's edge in EM debt
This Q&A focuses on the recent appointment of Dr. Marshall Stocker as Director of Country Research within the Global Income team and what this means for the firm’s EM debt clients
The default investment strategy of master trusts is critical to their success. AllianceBernstein’s David Hutchins shares his views of best practice