Nordic selectors warm to developed market govt bonds
Sentiment towards developed market government bonds moves to ‘neutral’ in Nordic region, but remains ‘negative’ for pan European selectors.
End of QE requires radical rethink
The end of the QE-led economic cycle means investors may need a more diversified portfolio – with defensive equities such as healthcare, commodities and short-term high-yield bonds – to ensure outperformance as we enter a period of greater uncertainty, according to analysts at Denmark’s Saxo Bank.
Who are the least and most prepared for a market correction?
With the global selloff shaking markets over the past week, Expert Investor data suggests that it was the Spanish and the Italians that might be the least prepared for a potential market correction, and the Danish could be the most ready.
Danish selectors’ outlook on equities darkens
While Danish fund selectors are renowned for being some of the most optimistic in Europe in responding to Expert Investor’s research, their latest sentiment on equities are systematically less positive compared with the European average.
Nordic fund selectors look to Asia, GEM over European equities
Demand for European equities is the lowest from Nordic fund selectors as they turn their interest towards Asia and emerging markets, according to Expert Investor.