In this Q&A, Eaton Vance high-yield experts provide an update on market movements and changes in the macro environment and offer their thoughts on investment opportunities at this juncture.
The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to accelerate this shift, requiring investors to understand the value companies have been creating for and extracting from all stakeholders.
Financial turbulence has rocked economies across the globe forcing investors to adapt new strategies for the uncertain times ahead.
Credit fundamentals have worsened since the market sell-off began, although central banks could provide some companies with a soft landing and many firms have drawn on their credit lines in a bid to stay afloat. In our latest edition of 360°, we discuss the uptick in defaults and downgrades and consider what this means for fixed-income markets.
In this paper, the Eaton Vance Multi-Asset Credit team looks at how recent price dislocations have affected the outlook for longer-term value across credit markets.
We expect the global economy and financial markets to transition from intense near-term pain to gradual healing over the next six to 12 months. However, there is the risk if not the likelihood of an uneven recovery, with significant setbacks along the way and some permanent damage.
Newton’s Catherine Gill assesses sustainable investment choices for DC schemes
History teaches that epidemics tend to have short-term effects on economies and markets, but great uncertainty remains about the coronavirus.
PP’s expert panel discusses key considerations for trustees tendering for a fiduciary manager
Newton Investment Management’s Rob Stewart considers how DC schemes can respond to new rules on disclosing ESG policies
With master trusts coming of age in 2019, Newton Investment Management’s Julian Lyne looks at what 2020 has in store for DC schemes
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...
QMA’s Global Multi-Asset Solutions Group shares their ten-year capital market assumptions for the fourth quarter of 2019.
Over the last two years, we have been engaging with companies about the presence of child labour in the cobalt supply chain.
In our 2019 Real Asset Study, we spoke to 500 investment decision-makers across Europe, representing over €600 billion in assets under management. One undeniable trend highlighted in the study is the growing influence of environmental, social and governance...
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...